Portrait of a pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park. The pronghorn is generally accepted to be the fastest land mammal in North America. This one was moving slowly. :-)
Upon entering the area, there were so many diverse animals, I remarked that the Lamar Valley was “Like Eden”. It’s obvious why the Lamar Valley has been called the Serengeti of North America.
704 Views – 9/4/2012
Pentax K20D, Sigma 50-500 mm lens.
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