The Associated Press
CIMARRON — State wildlife officials plan to capture and relocate almost 200 pronghorn from a northern New Mexico ranch.
Game and Fish Department officials say the animals similar to antelopes will be herded, corralled and transported from a private ranch near Cimarron that has been experiencing damage to irrigated cropland.
The department will relocate most of the pronghorn to national forest land near Fort Stanton and to Bureau of Land Management land northwest of Roswell.
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