If you haven’t noticed yet, Linda and I have a few days off from work to enjoy the holidays. What better way to celebrate extra free time than cranking out posts! This month I was able to bring you little birds, big birds, big squirrels and bigger squirrels. Now it is time to step up the weight a bit and bring you some of the larger shoots from the Yellowstone National Park trip back in May 2015.
Today we feature Big Horn Sheep. I did some quick reading up on them to see if I could accurately tell you whether these were all rams are ewes seeing as none of the subjects I opted to use in this post have the more telltale feature of the full curved horns. The females also possess horns but as stated by our friends over at Wikipedia, they are not as prominent and only slightly curved compared to their adult male counterparts.
Hit the jump to see a lot more pictures of the Big Horn Sheep from Yellowstone!