This nanny didn’t seem to appreciate having her grazing interrupted by the guy with the camera. 😉 She and her kid were enjoying the lush flora at the top of Logan Pass in Glacier National Park back in June.
This particular female is one that has been outfitted with a collar by state and federal biologists. Using GPS or VHF radio, the collars allow scientists to track the animal and better understand its movements and how they are affected by human presence in the busy national park. You can read more about the program here.