Good news from my part of the world. Here in southern Arizona, pronghorn are increasing. The herd is up from less than one hundred just four years ago to over three hundred now. The only disturbing part of the article is that one of the several recovery methods was "predator control" (a euphemism for killing carnivores). Sonoita-Elgin pronghorn herd now exceeds 300, AZGFD says | News | nogalesinternational.com I have only driven down that way (Patagonia and Sonoita area) a couple times and it has been a while. I have never seen pronghorn there, but a friend of mine said she saw them there very recently. I have seen them reliably up north in Prescott Valley, but due to rapid development that herd is sadly doomed.