Pronghorn relocation draws over 100,000 hits on just the first day

BIG BEND - While Sul Ross State University researchers are pleased with pronghorn relocation and reproduction results, they are overwhelmed by the response to an online documentary film. “Pronghorn Revival,” a YETI short film directed by Ben Masters, received a virtual stampede of viewers since it first aired on the YETI website Aug. 22. “It has been viewed over 100,000 times, and it came out yesterday,” said Dr. Louis Harveson, Sul Ross professor of Natural Resource Management and endowed director of the Borderlands Research Institute.

 

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