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Big horn sheep. NPS mammals explained, “Annual surveys of bighorn indicate that the resident herd on Yellowstone’s northern range consists of at least 150-225 animals. In 1997, a new study done by researchers at Montana State University began to investigate bighorn population status and behavior in northern Yellowstone. Of particular interest to these investigators is the effect of road use on the bighorns’ ability to use their summer and winter range. Sheep are commonly seen along the road…

Big horn sheep. NPS mammals explained, “Annual surveys of bighorn indicate that the resident herd on Yellowstone’s northern range consists of at least 150-225 animals. In 1997, a new study done by researchers at Montana State University began to investigate bighorn population status and behavior in northern Yellowstone. Of particular interest to these investigators is the effect of road use on the bighorns’ ability to use their summer and winter range. Sheep are commonly seen along the road…

Pronghorn antelope in Gardiner, Montana Yellowstone’s Photo Collection. “Early accounts of pronghorn in Greater Yellowstone described herds of hundreds seen ranging through most major river valleys. These populations were decimated by 1900, and declines continued among remaining herds. On the park’s northern range, pronghorn declined from 500-700 in the 1930s to about 122 in 1968. By 1992 the herd had increased to 536.” Photo #50 by William S Keller / NPS

Pronghorn antelope in Gardiner, Montana Yellowstone’s Photo Collection. “Early accounts of pronghorn in Greater Yellowstone described herds of hundreds seen ranging through most major river valleys. These populations were decimated by 1900, and declines continued among remaining herds. On the park’s northern range, pronghorn declined from 500-700 in the 1930s to about 122 in 1968. By 1992 the herd had increased to 536.” Photo #50 by William S Keller / NPS

Si eres un amante de la vida salvaje, este lugar es el indicado para ti...Bienvenido al El Parque Nacional Yellowstone, el primer Parque Nacional del mundo

Si eres un amante de la vida salvaje, este lugar es el indicado para ti...Bienvenido al El Parque Nacional Yellowstone, el primer Parque Nacional del mundo

The photographer wrote, “I dont know why anyone would find this beautiful animal ‘scary’ or a nuisance. I have seen coyotes up close and they are beautiful, bold and independent animals. All qualities admired in humans but not in animals by the conventional mindset.” Photo #17 by numbphoto

The photographer wrote, “I dont know why anyone would find this beautiful animal ‘scary’ or a nuisance. I have seen coyotes up close and they are beautiful, bold and independent animals. All qualities admired in humans but not in animals by the conventional mindset.” Photo #17 by numbphoto

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