They can be faster than a cheetah, prefer to crawl rather than jump, and have eyes--which are almost as big as an elephant’s—that can see movement 3 miles away. These amazing creatures also embark on the longest land migration in the lower 48--venturing right through Wyoming.
Big Horn native Emilene Ostlind and wildlife photographer Joe Riis have been tracking the pronghorns in their journey through the western Wyoming corridor. And tonight Emilene will share their presentation of the pronghorn's travels at Sheridan College.
This multimedia adventure will include both science and also "written and visual story telling." And maybe just a few more surprising facts about the pronghorn
Pronghorn Passage is tonight at 7 in the C-tel room at Sheridan College.
We will post a link on our website where you can get more info on the project.