Summer Pronghorn Rain
Donna Van Vlack
Photograph - Digital Photography
This photograph was taken in Evanston, Wyoming, just outside the city limits. There was a light rain in the afternoon and this pronghorn antelope appeared to be enjoying it while walking along and grazing. This is a buck and you can tell that by the dark black patch on his cheek, something the females do not have. All pronghorns have horns although the females are usually smaller. However, bucks can have small horns as well. The only marking you never seen on a female is the black cheek patch.
September 22nd, 2012
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