- Known As: Prong Buck, Pronghorn, Oregon Pronghorn, Antelope
- Height: 2.6 ft-3.42 ft to shoulder
- Length: 4 ft 3 in-4 ft 10 in
- Weight: male 88-140 lb, female 75-110 lb
- Habitat: Pronghorns like open plains, fields, grasslands, brush, deserts and basins. Between the summer and winter, pronghorns migrate between feeding grounds to survive the harsh winter. Herds migrate up to 150 miles each way. The only other North American land animal to travel farther is the caribou.
- Diet: Pronghorns are herbivores feeding on grasses, forbs, sagebrush and other prairie plants. They seldom drink water, because they receive most of their water from the plants they eat. Pronghorns digest their food twice. This process allows the pronghorn to break the plant material into smaller pieces so that more nutrients are absorbed.