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Old Mar 23, 2007, 12:44 PM   #1
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Stalking Big Horn Sheep - Part Two - Bigma

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About 1/2 mile away from the rest of the herd I found this very pregnant lady. I believe she has left the herd and is very close to having her baby



A closer look of the soon to be mother



A proud young fellow looooking good for the girls grazing down below him



Where I found the young ram



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Old Mar 23, 2007, 9:38 PM   #2
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They blend well. Never did find the one in the first photo. Great shots.



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Old Mar 23, 2007, 9:47 PM   #3
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JimInGA wrote:
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They blend well. Never did find the one in the first photo. Great shots.



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Hi Jim, YUP!!! she is there in the bottom left part of the photo. I was a long way off when I took the background photo. Thanks for commenting and for looking.

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Now I know why I've never seen any unless I've been almost on top of them. Love the pictures, especially considering how well they blend into the rocky mountainside.
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Is stalking legal down there ? :lol:

Great shots, I agree their camouflage is incredible, isn't nature fantastic.
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Now I know why I've never seen any unless I've been almost on top of them. Love the pictures, especially considering how well they blend into the rocky mountainside.
Hi mtngal, they do have a way of not being there any more if you take you eyes away from them. What I found works best when I find one is to pick a lankmark close to them so when I move I can find the landmark then start looking all around the landmark. Thanks for looking and commenting.

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Is stalking legal down there ? :lol:

Great shots, I agree their camouflage is incredible, isn't nature fantastic.
Yes, Yes & Yes on Nature being FANTASTIC. thank you for looking and commenting.

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