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Each year pronghorn shed the outer covering of their horns, and while they don't last as long as deer sheds you can still find them.

All of the ones I have found have been by accident, if one was to deliberately go looking for them, where would be good places to look?

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If you don't know any places around you that usually host pronghorns, I would suggest search for them in grasslands, brushlands or desert areas around you, since that's where they feed and spend most of their time. Good luck!

  • I think the OP is looking for a more specific answer. Pronghorns range over larger areas. Searching all of the area they cover would be impractical. A better answer would say something like look under willow trees, because pronghorns are known to prefer this for rubbing their horns on as they prepare to shed. (P.S. This is an example, I just made up the reasoning) – James Jenkins May 16 at 17:41

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