Hunting Season: 1st Saturday in October, for 7 days.
Entirely unique on the planet, antilocapra Americana, or Pronghorn Antelope is a fascinating species. Despite his common name the pronghorn is not in fact an antelope; he is the last remaining member of the antilocapridae family, and is closer related to a giraffe than anything else. This makes for a fantastic hunt for a truly unique beast.
The pronghorn is a beautiful animal with distinct white patches on his rump and throat. The horns are grown of hair, and despite the permanent core of bone within, the horns are shed annually like a deer, and quickly regrown.