Sonoran Pronghorn relocation
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Marines and civilians from Marine Corps Air Station Yuma aid the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Arizona Department of Game and Fish in the capture, vaccination and relocation of an Arizona endangered species, the Sonoran Pronghorn, from the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge to Barry M. Goldwater Range West near Yuma, Ariz., Dec. 17-20.
Bob Henry, of the Arizona Department of Game and Fish, left, and Ole Alcumbrac, the Wildlife Health Services director, right, hold a Sonoran Pronghorn while it is being vaccinated and relocated to the Barry M. Goldwater Range West near Yuma, Ariz., Dec. 17-20. Several MCAS Yuma personnel assisted the Arizona Department of Game and Fish as well as other partner agencies during the relocation in a continuing effort to protect and conserve the wildlife and habitat living on MCAS Yuma ranges.
Loaned Photos/Marine Corps Air Station Yuma