Pronghorns (Antilocapra americana mexicana), Ravens (Corvus corax), Grasshopper (Schistocerca sp.) - Painting - Nature Art by Linda Feltner

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Las Cienegas Pronghorns (SOLD) - Pronghorns (Antilocapra americana mexicana), Ravens (Corvus corax), Grasshopper (Schistocerca sp.) by Linda Feltner
  Las Cienegas Pronghorns (SOLD)  (2010)
Subject: Pronghorns (Antilocapra americana mexicana), Ravens (Corvus corax), Grasshopper (Schistocerca sp.)
Dimensions (inches): 11 x 16.5
Medium: transparent watercolor
Description: High desert rolling grasslands are home to a herd of Chihuahuan Pronghorn in the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area in southeastern Arizona. This subspecies was introduced into the area from Texas in the 1980s, as this was thought to be the subspecies that historically roamed these grasslands. Named for the prong, or single branch on the horn, worn by both male and female, they are shed each year. It is the fastest land mammal in Arizona, but it doesn't jump fences. Fences are barriers, unless they are built allowing the pronghorn to crawl under. These grasslands are home to many animals, and are vulnerable to encroaching mesquite forests. Active management to reduce the invading trees help keep the grasslands open for abundant wildlife.
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Limited Edition Available: Yes
Edition Size: 150
Price: $180.00 US


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