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More antelope released on reservation


Pronghorns in Nevada. - NDOW photo

In a joint effort between the Colville Tribes and the Nevada Department of Wildlife, 98 more pronghorn antelope have been released on the Colville Indian Reservation, the second time the animal was released there since January 2016.

"We captured 12 males and 87 females from Nevada," said Eric Krausz, wildlife biologist for the Colville Tribes Fish and Wildlife program in a Nov. 3 press release. "The total composition included 26 fawns, 20 yearlings, and 53 female adults. We lost one female antelope due to injury."

"We collared 50 adult female antelope with GPS/VHF collars," Krausz said. "T...

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