Speed, Adaptability, Awakening Spirituality, Grace
Each fall, pronghorns migrate more than 100 miles to winter feeding grounds, just as they have for the past 6,000 years.
Pronghorns can run at speeds close to 60 miles per hour, making them the fastest land animal in North America.
Unlike other ungulates (hoofed animals), a pronghorn’s horns point backwards toward the rump.
When pronghorns sense danger, they raise their white rump hairs as a warning signal to others in the herd.
Pronghorn Antelope: Pathfinder Pendant
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Pottery-like jewelry of artisanal quality, fresh design, and intrinsic meaning are embodied in each handmade piece from a DeWitt, Michigan studio where artists use proprietary techniques to create a richness of detail not found in other media. These beautifully rendered pieces are known for their educational and interpretive value as they elicit wonder and personal meaning to customers.