Gunnison Basin, Colorado
Pronghorn were nearly wiped out by heavy snow in the winter of 2006-2006 because they lack the ability to move and dig through deep snow. That winter was particularly harsh for all ungulates due to a thick crust that made the snowpack in the Gunnison Basin like cement. Pronghorn have since been moved to seed existiung populations and are doing well, with the open sagebrush in the Cochetopa Hills a stronghold. Here, a small herd stands in front of distant Stewart Peak (13,983') holding lingering winter snowpack into April. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.
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