‘Ghosts’ hard to find because of drought

A small herd of pronghorn watch warily from public lands in northwest Colorado. Widespread drought has animals moving in small family groups as they compete for the few waterholes available.



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A small herd of pronghorn watch warily from public lands in northwest Colorado. Widespread drought has animals moving in small family groups as they compete for the few waterholes available.

Early this summer, as the West-wide drought dug its claws deeper into western Colorado, biologists knew all was not well with the pronghorns living in the desert south of Grand Junction. One…




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