I saw a herd of female Bighorn sheep come down onto a dirt car park.
The sheep came down to the stream to drink. Although they were very wary of us (there were about a dozen or so people gawking and snapping photos), they didn't seem to fearful or timid.
Solo individual perched precariously, seemingly foraging, about 20-25 feet from the canyon bottom
Chilling on the canyon walls near the Bridge to Nowhere
Saw on road exiting Northern Yellowstone.
East slope of East Pecos Baldy
Large group of sheep, two radio collared ewes.
At least four individuals lying in the shade of boulders on the exposed rock above and east of Barker Dam. All were ewes or young individuals.
Four individuals seen. Besides the two ewes and the lamb in the photo, there was a full-curl ram.
The bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) is a species of sheep in North America named for its large horns. These horns can weigh up to 30 lb (14 kg), while the sheep themselves weigh up to 300 lb (140 kg). Recent genetic testing indicates three distinct subspecies of Ovis canadensis, one of which is endangered: O. c. sierrae. Sheep originally crossed to North America over the Bering land bridge from Siberia: the population in North America peaked in the millions, and...