Small group of Pronghorn Antelope on a ridge. The mist is from the Flathead River. This photo was taken in late October in the early morning at the National Bison Range, Moiese, Montana, USA.
They call this habitat Palouse Prairie grasslands. The native grasses are well adapted to the harsh, unsheltered environment of the open prairie which ranges from driving, icy blast of winter to the oppressive heat and searing wind of summer. They are well adapted to provide much needed nutrients to the animals that live in this habitat.
Canon 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 DO IS USM
EOS 7D, 1/320/s, f/5.6, ISO: 320, 130mm