New Exhibit on Display

A trophy buck on the Wyoming prairie, undated. Neal L. Blair Papers, American Heritage Center

“More Pronghorn Than People” is now on display in the library meeting room. The story of the pronghorn in Wyoming is a story of abundance. The pronghorn can be seen in all four corners of the state and most everywhere in between. Few travelers in the state will return home without seeing herds of pronghorn along the highways. In fact, currently there are more pronghorn in Wyoming than there are human residents.

“More Pronghorn Than People” is an exhibit that highlights that abundance. The images show some of the many ways that people and the pronghorn have interacted, while other images feature the important role the pronghorn maintains in this state as well as around the world.

This has been brought to Weston County Library by the University of Wyoming’s American Heritage Center in conjunction with the Weston County Library Foundation.

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