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Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge
Pronghorns (or American Antelopes) wander the hills and low ridges on the east side of Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge from spring through fall.


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Green-winged Teal

Until recently, the North American and Eurasian forms were considered distinct species. Each year a few males-and doubtless females-of the Eurasian form turn up in North America. read more


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