What Happened to the Mulies and Pronghorns? August 8, 2011 Wyoming

Wyoming Deer Population and Management News Archive

A suite of habitat stressors appears to have caused a massive decline in mule deer and pronghorn herds around the border of Wyoming and Colorado, according to a recent National Wildlife Federation (NWF) report. ...The report,“Population Status and Trends of Big Game along the Colorado/Wyoming State Line,” was issued as a call to sportsmen to wake up and understand what is happening to wildlife in the area... 
The herds, which tend to migrate back and forth over state lines, have encountered a number of pressures over the past 30 years, including fragmentation of habitat, disease, energy development, drought, and harsh winters.

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