Here’s a little bunch of female and juvenile Pronghorn Antelope, on a typical warm winter day, migrating to wherever it is they think they need to be. This exquisite animal is the last wide-ranging mammal on the north American prairies and is found no-where else in the world….in fact it has no other close relatives, being the last member of the family Antilocapra. The second-fastest land mammal in the world (Cheetah’s win the prize), they range from the Baja, all the way up here to the prairies of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Some of our winters
(like last year) are too much for them, so lets all wish them better luck this year. SOLD
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