Pronghorns at Badlands National Park, South Dakota
The juvenile Pronghorns in Badlands National Park tended to stay close to their mothers, except in one case in which we saw a doe trot across a meadow, leaving behind two fawns in a shallow depression near the road. The young Pronghorn stayed put. According to the Great Plains Nature Center, Pronghorn fawns will "bed down and lie still most of the time," the doe visiting "every 5 hours or so to nurse and check on them" (Pronghorn). Apparently, that behavior can extend into the summer. For more about Pronghorn, see Pronghorn - National Wildlife Federation.
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