CDF report on Antelope.

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But no there going to blame the junipers god help us. Yes thinking the junipers will help but keep turning a blind eye to the bigger problem
 

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Ask Wyoming for some. Supplement the current herds and start new herds in long valley and the owens valley. Throw them in the Mojave while they are at it.
 

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I have a CRAZY idea.... How bout we do another study. Phase 1: 90% reduction of large predators with a radius 20 miles outside of the pronghorn habitat. Phase 2: Want to make a bet what happens to all of the ungulate populations?
 

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I heard a couple of years ago they were talking about reintroducing them back into antelope valley. .. no joke intended.
 

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DOG ON POINT said:
I heard a couple of years ago they were talking about reintroducing them back into antelope valley. .. no joke intended.
The sad part is that I highly doubt reintroductions back into CA for any "game" species isn't going to happen anytime soon. Now, an endangered tree frog.... you betcha!
 

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That reintroduction of the Sonoran pronghorn has been a project we (DWU) have been working with SCI, CFW, and USFW for several years now. Things are looking pretty good that it may just happen. One other part of that project might make Anza Borrego the new home for a peninsular pronghorn herd. All good things!
 
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