“One of the most famous is the “Path of the Pronghorn,” which stretches over 100 miles from Grand Teton National Park to the Upper Green River Basin in Wyoming. WCS scientists discovered this to be the longest migration of an ungulate in the lower 48 states, formally named it, and helped make it the first federally protected wildlife migration corridor.” They have been known to go further than this though, some were trapped and collared and while most did not travel great distances several did, some going 130 miles.
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