Headed into the weekend! We were well off the beaten path, hiking along, when my husband suddenly froze and whispered ‘don’t move!’ There were about 50 pronghorns in the junipers. We watched them for awhile and then they caught our scent and were off!
A large Pronghorn Antelope male was laying down near Specimen Ridge in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park. Mary stepped out of the truck and was 100 yards from him and stopped to take a few photos. The Pronghorn got up stretched and started to walk her way. Mary talked to the handsome male and he kept walking until he was within 10 yards. The Antelope watched her and posed for a few minutes then walked away. I’d like to say I was holding my breath the whole time but I was having a good little giggle. It’s hard to say who had more fun, Mary or the Pronghorn.
Day 5 of Don and I's time in the beautiful lands of Yellowstone was blessed with the encounter of a Pronghorn antelope giving birth to twins. This was actually the second encounter of two we had. The first wasn't the best photographable situation due to the distance and light. But the day this was taken was a special occasion for us to witness.
While Don was driving I was looking around for wildlife and I suddenly got really excited and told Don to turn around. There between to small hills was this Pronghorn looking ready to explode and give birth. We stayed a good distance trying to give this animal the room she needed for this stressful event. It was an unforgettable event but also on the gross side with the blood and after birth hanging out of her behind.
over thanksgiving break I had the amazing opportunity to go on an week long road trip to Arizona, Utah, and Nevada! while we were on the road I got to see several herds of Pronghorn Antelope and lots of cacti! 👉 swipe to see some pictures from Sedona and the Grand Canyon that I took on my trip! 🌵🌞🚐🏜 🗺
This weekend I will get all those gems I made online, hopefully in time for cyber Monday, that way when you’re clicking around you can click some goodies into a virtual cart and ensure your loved ones get something great this holiday season. In the meantime, please enjoy this photo of Corina rocking one of my more bold statement necklaces that never sold, with some serious leather fringe. Happy small business Saturday! 🎄🥇⚡️🦔👑💍💰🛍🎁💕
Beauty of a ‘Speed Goat’ for @NealAndBrownleeLLC’s client in New Mexico this past October. The state of New Mexico is a fantastic destination to hunt this indigenous animal of North America, as the trophy quality can be outstanding on well-managed private ranches in prime areas, but it also allows for hunters to bypass the draw due to the voucher system and schedule their hunt in advance. Congrats to the client, to the validated/quality outfit, and thank you for the trust.
“Lone Pronghorn in the Utah Sage”
Exploring the backcountry of Northwest Utah you find a plethora of wildlife. Pronghorn Antelope are common in the area and I came across this guy alone in a remote valley near village of Lucin. I loved the vision of the sage, grass and him just standing there checking me out. I would say we had mutual interest in each other.