The Crestone Eagle: November 2016

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A pair of handsome Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Rams .

“This pair of handsome Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Rams are part of small group of seven rams that I found in the alpine country of the Rockies,” says photographer Ken Archer. “The rams were consistently harassing one another while they were together, head butting, kicking and generally shoving one another around. All in an effort to develop dominance in the group and to impress the nearby ewes for breeding rights.” www.kenarcherphotos.com

“This pair of handsome Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Rams are part of small group of seven rams that I found in the alpine country of the Rockies,” says photographer Ken Archer.

“The rams were consistently harassing one another while they were together, head butting, kicking and generally shoving one another around. All in an effort to develop dominance in the group and to impress the nearby ewes for breeding rights.” www.kenarcherphotos.com            

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