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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Hunting Maps Other Hunting Info Upland Gamebird Counts Wetlands Riparian Restoration Project Species Projects Habitat Projects Range Program Invasive Plant Program Wild Horse Program Northwest Tribal Horse Coalition Buffalo Program Nuisance Animal Program Youth Education Info for Tribal Members Recreation Useful Links The Wildlife Store January 2010 Winter Counts Click graphs to enlarge Report Violations Call the Yakama Nation Tribal Police 509 865 2933 Wildlife Range Vegetation Resources Management Program

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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Hunting Maps Other Hunting Info Upland Gamebird Counts Wetlands Riparian Restoration Project Species Projects Habitat Projects Range Program Invasive Plant Program Wild Horse Program Northwest Tribal Horse Coalition Buffalo Program Nuisance Animal Program Youth Education Info for Tribal Members Recreation Useful Links The Wildlife Store December 2010 Winter Counts Click graphs to enlarge Report Violations Call the Yakama Nation Tribal Police 509 865 2933 Wildlife Range Vegetation Resources Management Program

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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Hunting Maps Other Hunting Info Upland Gamebird Counts Wetlands Riparian Restoration Project Species Projects Habitat Projects Range Program Invasive Plant Program Wild Horse Program Northwest Tribal Horse Coalition Buffalo Program Nuisance Animal Program Youth Education Info for Tribal Members Recreation Useful Links The Wildlife Store January 2009 Winter Counts Click charts to enlarge Report Violations Call the Yakama Nation Tribal Police 509 865 2933 Wildlife Range Vegetation Resources Management Program

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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Hunting Maps Other Hunting Info Upland Gamebird Counts Wetlands Riparian Restoration Project Species Projects Habitat Projects Range Program Invasive Plant Program Wild Horse Program Northwest Tribal Horse Coalition Buffalo Program Nuisance Animal Program Youth Education Info for Tribal Members Recreation Useful Links The Wildlife Store November 2009 Winter Counts Click charts to enlarge Report Violations Call the Yakama Nation Tribal Police 509 865 2933 Wildlife Range Vegetation Resources Management Program

    Original URL path: http://www.ynwildlife.org/Nov2009counts.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Hunting Maps Other Hunting Info Upland Gamebird Counts Wetlands Riparian Restoration Project Species Projects Habitat Projects Range Program Invasive Plant Program Wild Horse Program Northwest Tribal Horse Coalition Buffalo Program Nuisance Animal Program Youth Education Info for Tribal Members Recreation Useful Links The Wildlife Store December 2009 Winter Counts Click charts to enlarge Report Violations Call the Yakama Nation Tribal Police 509 865 2933 Wildlife Range Vegetation Resources Management Program

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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    decades During the late 1930 s and 1940 s pronghorn antelope were released on the Yakima Training Center Oliver no date By the early 1970 s these animals had disappeared most likely due to a restricted gene pool since the original introduction only included around 20 30 animals There were also stories of poaching and shooting by the military Small groups of animals were also moved to other areas within eastern Washington but did not subsist probably for the same reasons Pronghorns diseases An extensive literature and internet search reveal that brucellosis and tuberculosis are extremely rare to non existent in pronghorn antelope Pronghorn Ecology and Management a 2004 comprehensive publication on pronghorns by the Wildlife Management Institute compiled a total of 7 472 pronghorns tested for brucellosis in seven states and provinces over a 50 year period with one serological reactor found in Colorado In Yellowstone National Park where pronghorns mingle with brucellosis infected bison no reactors were detected This same publication records one captive pronghorn with miliary tuberculosis with no detection of the disease in any free ranging pronghorns In a telephone conversation in 2008 the Nevada State Department of Agriculture veterinarian Dr Annette Rink confirmed that Nevada is considered bovine TB free and has not had a confirmed case of tuberculosis in cattle since 1978 or 1979 Pronghorn antelope are the only species in the family Antilocapridae and are known among wildlife veterinarians for their disease resistance Since they are not as closely related to other ruminants they aren t known to be susceptible to chronic wasting disease or hair loss syndrome two diseases that are now threatening both deer and elk herds in the western states Crop depredation and competition with livestock The previously mentioned publication on the ecology and management of pronghorns discusses pronghorn food habits and habitat use in detail Pronghorns are adapted to use habitat with large expanses of open space with sparse cover Their primary predator escape strategy is to frequent areas with good visability and to out run predators that try to attack They avoid areas of heavy cover so that they can readily see the approach of predators and thus avoid areas such as orchards vineyards or tall crops such as corn They also avoid wetlands and riparian areas for this same reason They will sometimes concentrate on smaller fields of alfalfa to the point where there is crop damage A relatively simple fix in these cases is to have a fence around the field that will exclude pronghorns A fence of hog wire or a four strand barb wire fence will suffice if properly constructed A fence 40 inches tall with the bottom wire 12 inches from the ground will deter pronghorns in most cases Pronghorns normally avoid jumping over obstacles such as fences because they evolved in habitat with very few obstacles that they had to jump Electric fences are also effective and much less expensive if a source of electricity is available Two strands spaced at 8

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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Species Projects Habitat Projects Range Program Invasive Plant Program Wild Horse Program Northwest Tribal Horse Coalition Buffalo Program Nuisance Animal Program Youth Education Info for Tribal Members Recreation Useful Links The Wildlife Store WILDLIFE YOUTH CAMP PHOTOS Girls Week 2007 Archery Lessons Catching Bats Catching Bats Catching Ducks Catching Ducks Catching Ducks Catching Ducks Catching Ducks Catching Ducks Rafting Rafting Ropes Course Ropes Course Ropes Course Ropes Course Ropes Course

    Original URL path: http://www.ynwildlife.org/campphotos2007girls.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Invasive Plant Program Wild Horse Program Northwest Tribal Horse Coalition Buffalo Program Nuisance Animal Program Youth Education Info for Tribal Members Recreation Useful Links The Wildlife Store WILDLIFE YOUTH CAMP PHOTOS Boys Week 2007 Archery Lessons Archery Lessons Archery Lessons Catching Bats Catching Bats Catching Ducks Catching Ducks Catching Ducks Learning about freshwater mussels Learning about freshwater mussels Rafting Rafting Ropes Course Ropes Course Ropes Course Ropes Course Ropes Course

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