I was able to get a picture of this unique landscape feature this past weekend in the Colorado Front Range foothills. 😉
You can view the complete photo gallery from a day in Waterton Canyon below the image.
Bighorn Sheep are rugged animals capable of surviving in the sometimes harsh climate of the Rocky Mountains. It is perhaps fitting that Colorado chose this creature to be the state’s official animal as it is a great symbol of the American West and in particular, the high country which dominates the western part of the Centennial State.
This image was taken this past Saturday as a Bighorn Ram seemed to stare right into my camera. You can view the complete gallery of images from the day below the main image.
Three rams put their heads together in a bit of a shoving contest this morning. There were more significant battles accompanied by the amazingly loud sound of their massive horns smashing into each there.
Taken in Waterton Canyon, southwest of Denver, the bighorn sheep are very popular but do require some work to see as no vehicles are allowed. The trail / dirt road is relatively easy but it was 12+ mile round trip on my bike.
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