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49 East Magnolia St • Pinedale, WY, 82941 • (307) 367-4579

A National Registered
Historic Place since 1929



PATH OF THE PRONGHORN

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Every spring, thousands of pronghorn migrate from their winter range on the high desert country in southern Wyoming north to Grand Teton National Park; then back again in the fall. It is a 170-mile journey one way. This same migration has been documented to have occurred for at least 6,000 years. It has been called the American Serengeti.

Georgia Bunn's Pronghorn Sculpture

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(Visit.Pinedale in the Greater Yellowstone Website)

Check out this short "Path of the Pronghorm" documentary:

Path of the Pronghorn Documentary Short, Pinedale, Wyoming from VisitPinedale.org on Vimeo.