I have another photo of pronghorns on Flora and Fauna, from when Man and I were visiting the Carlsbad New Mexico area. They were in a zoo-like setting. We caught this one in the wild at Bryce Canyon National Park in early May 2011. Note he/she has just about shed the winter coat, except for one strand hanging (dark in color). I could not determine from some internet research if this was a male or female. Pronghorns are considered to be the first or second fastest land mammal in the Western Hemisphere.
Walking on Water, Michigan Style
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