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Including species, when and where taken, tech specs and any other pertinent detail. Thanks, Matt.

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  • 9 months later...

Well, I might as well get this thread going since I have more pictures of American Prairie Wildlife than I can count:

 

Pronghorn, Grand Teton Nationa Park. I had to park illegally along the road for this photo but I just couldn't pass up the opportunity as this pair trotted through this iconic vista:

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Uinta Ground Squirrel basking in the welcome sunlight. Yellowstone National Park:

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Black-tailed Prairie Dog (captured) - Sonoran Desert Museum, Tucson Arizona:

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American Bison, Yellowstone National Park:

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And, just to prove that I do take pictures of non-mammals...

 

Blue Grouse, Grand Teton National Park:

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Ring-necked Pheasant, Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge:

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My favorite mountains and one of my favorite large herbivores together. Love that place!

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