Pronghorn Meeting at the Windmill
Satire: This group of gals were on their way to the windmill for their monthly girls club meeting. I’m not sure what they talk about. I ‘m sure in the spring time, it had something to do with things to eat. Green grass is rocket fuel to Pronghorn. Nothing like feeding the fastest land animal in north America high octane fuel lolol. I do see them eat sage brush all the time. They are the only animal I’ve ever seen nibble on it. I always thought they taste a bit like sage. I haven’t seen a Pronghorn on ranch for almost two months now.
Back to my normal programming:
The Pronghorn have all migrated 20 miles to the south. The Thunderbasin National Grasslands consists of a huge area of unpopulated ground. Thousands of Pronghorn head there in the winter. I drove through there about a week before this posts. I do have some good Pronghorn BIG herd photos in process to be downloarded, “finished” then posted . My turn around time from taking a photo now to getting it posted is slightly over a week unless I push one into the “line” ahead of others. It’s all telephoto work down in the grasslands. Nothing is close usually and there is only one road through the area that I’ve ever traveled. Vehicular traffic is limited to the main road. Forbidden on the grasslands, big fines for going off road. . The national reserve has hundreds of square miles incorporated.
Windmill Week day (Windmill Junkies Unite). 🤘
Title: Pronghorn Meeting at the Windmill