Here’s is a Pronghorn Doe keeping an eye on me while nursing her twin fawns. This is from about a month ago and those fawns are 4 months old. Still reliant on their mother through the winter they are about to migrate about 20 miles south of here as their Rut ends (a week ago as this posts). The snow moves in and they move south quickly towards the “Thunderbasin National Grasslands.
Herds of hundreds of Pronghorn gather there for the relatively mild winter there and good feed and some moving water plus ranchers often keep their stock tanks open for them in the area. I keep 4-10 foot diameter water tanks open on my ranch all winter for the wildlife and who ever else might need it at 20 below zero..(up coming months for sure).
Location: Bliss Dinosaur Ranch, Wyoming/Montana borderlands.