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Pronghorn, resident of Peehee Mu’huh.

Pronghorn, resident of Peehee Mu’huh.

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Pronghorn, resident of Peehee Mu’huh. 7x7”. Watercolor and ink on paper.

  • More about this piece and Thacker Pass

    Pronghorn can be found across grasslands and sagebrush territory, like that of Thacker Pass. They cover an impressive range, migrating some 300 miles annually. They are exceptionally fast, able to reach speeds of up to 60 mph. However unlike deer, who can readily hop over fencing, pronghorn, having evolved on flat, open planes, aren’t privy to jumping over tall barricades. This means that today, the native North American mammal is threatened not only by hunting, but by urbanization and habitat fragmentation, which can interrupt their important seasonal migratory treks. Let’s not create yet another barrier. Please visit the for more information on how you can protect Thacker Pass from lithium mining.



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