For a patient visitor, bring a spotting scope and a warm coat and be prepared to see wildlife appear on route on US Highway 191/Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway. For years Pinedale Online has been maintaining the trapperspoint.com webcam that was originally set up by the Wildlife Conservation Society to monitor pronghorn usage …
This great Pronghorn migration, named by U.S. biologists as the "Path of the Pronghorn", is remarkable and one of the last long-distance land animal migrations in the world. And so, over the course of four seasons, I walked the Path of the Pronghorn. To Kill A Migrating Antelope In Wyoming Franz Camenzind reflects on a premonition he had long ago that provided a lesson in how the straight-lined human world collides with the pathways of wildlife . Wild Migrations: Atlas of Wyoming’s Ungulates tells the story of the long-distance migrations that elk, mule deer, moose, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, bison, and mountain goats make each spring and fall across the landscapes of the American West. Nov 9 & 10, 2015: The science of big game migration is developing quickly and we are now gaining a better understanding of corridor habitats, animal behavior, and herd-level benefits associated with mule deer, pronghorn, elk, and other migrations in Wyoming and the West. Learn facts about the pronghorn’s habitat, diet, life history, and more. by Franz Camenzind. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is currently initiating the process of officially designating the Sublette pronghorn migration corridor while this additional movement data is being collected. T he Path of the Pronghorn is a 170-mile migration route that the antelope-like creatures have traveled annually for 6,000 years. Wyoming has proposed designating and protecting the Sublette Pronghorn Herd migration, also known as the Path of the Pronghorn. Satellite-collar studies have given us a 30,000-foot-high view of the western Wyoming pronghorn migration, and hunters, cowhands and biologists have long wandered stretches of the corridor. Wild Migrations: Atlas of Wyoming’s Ungulates tells the story of the long-distance migrations that elk, mule deer, moose, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, bison, and mountain goats make each spring and fall across the landscapes of the American West. From the start, WCS led efforts to change public and private land management to protect this extraordinary migration. The first autumn, I missed a key drainage … Wyoming is home to roughly half of North America’s pronghorn population, which stands at approximately 750,000. The state continues to remain a stronghold for remaining pronghorn due to the presence of preferred sagebrush and grassland habitat, and lower density of human development compared to other parts of their range. But to my knowledge, no one had followed the entire route on the ground. MIGRATING PRONGHORN USE OVERPASS ON TRAPPERSPOINT.COM WEBCAM Our friends at pinedaleonline.com report that pronghorn have started spring migration in Sublette County for 2020, like this group of ~55 animals. Pronghorn Migration Interpretive Site completed in Wyoming by Wildlife Conservation Society Original post April 12, 2016 | Updated April 14, 2016 .

The Path of the Pronghorn is an age-old migration route that connects summer range in Grand Teton National Park with winter range far to the south in the western Wyoming's Green River Valley.