Driving down from Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs with friends last week, we saw a herd of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep ewes with their families. They sported patchy coats that looked like they were still shedding last winter’s fur when they should be growing this winter’s coat out.
A few were chewing cud or licking their lips, which made for a comical portrait. Read the rest of this entry »
Although my trip in July to the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge in Utah was a bust (child-rearing was already over) I did get a few nice images. The Western grebes look similar to the Clark’s grebe, but the black on the head covers their eyes. See the difference.
Photographs and videos of my favorite herd of wild horses – in Sand Wash Basin Herd Management Area near Maybell, Colorado. Heather Robson, a New Zealander and member of the Sand Wash Advocate Team (SWAT), who keeps track of all the names and lineages from afar, has helped me with the names. I hope I put them with the right faces!
I will be leaving soon for another visit to the Sand Wash Basin near Maybell, Colorado to watch my favorite herd of wild horses. I kinda got behind in my editing from the last visit in late June, so I’ll share what I’ve got before the next batch hits.