Pronghorn Taking A Break In The Windy Grass
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I spotted this guy on the Wildlife Loop Road in Custer State Park, SD and just had to stop.
This time of year (June), most of the pronghorn are looking pretty mangy, but this guy looked like he’d missed the memo to drop random clumps of fur. Plus, I loved how relaxed he looked as the grass blew all around him.
While the animals in Custer State park ARE used to people, they still need a cautious approach. Move too fast and off they go. (Probably has to do with the limited hunting season they have there every year to keep the numbers at a level the local food chain can support).
So, I approached parked about 200 yards away and over the course of the next half hour slowly moved my way towards him, a foot at a time. I let him get used to me and he allowed me to get close enough for the shot you see here.
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