Pronghorn Antelope can be found enjoying the wide-open spaces of western Oklahoma. Pronghorn feed on a variety of grasses and forbs and will travel great distance to find good grazing grounds. Adult pronghorn have few natural predators, although the young can be vulnerable to mountain lions, coyotes and even golden eagles.
Both pronghorn bucks and does have horns, although the female’s horns are much smaller than the male’s which are 10 to 16 inches long.
Legal Mean of Taking
Antelope Archery: October 1 - 14, 2012
Antelope Gun: by being drawn in controlled hunt only
- Controlled Hunts - apply in the Spring
- Oklahoma Landowner Antelope Drawing - contact the game wardens in Cimarron County and Texas County for possible landowners