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For Gil

Uploaded by: RenoSoHill

Sunday April 21, 2013

Zion National Park, UT (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Had to stop the car while he walked across the road.

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7. BriarCraft
8:09 PM GMT on April 26, 2013
Gosh, I thought Gil was a fish. Are you sure this isn't Bill (as in Billy Goat Gruff)?

Seriously though, amazing that this fellow came to you. I've never seen one, except as a little dot in the distance seen through a spotting scope.
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6. RenoSoHill
2:35 AM GMT on April 26, 2013
and I wish I was in the central flyway to see all the ducks and geese migrating like I did when we lived in eastern Colorado - was good hunting then too. Thanks Max
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5. Nikongranny
2:29 AM GMT on April 26, 2013
Old Grannys like wildlife too!! Wish we had something to have to stop the car for! 10 from SW Iowa
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4. dixiedaughter
6:35 AM GMT on April 22, 2013
Great find!
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3. trailhiker44
5:45 AM GMT on April 22, 2013
WOW- great capture !
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2. RenoSoHill
4:41 AM GMT on April 22, 2013
High desert and very dry- only grass in that area is along the highway. I thought they were pretty young but really don't know. the other one was a little smaller and eating leaves off of trees.
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1. gilg72
4:37 AM GMT on April 22, 2013
Well Thank you Duane. Gee this animal sure looks like he can't find enough to eat. Well, I can't either, but you can't tell it by looking at me, as my bones are not showing, YET.

From what little I can see on this photo, looks like there may be more green grass there than we see here, but our Big Horns are fatter.
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IT IS SO SAD TO SEE WU PHOTOS GO. i WAS TOLD ONCE THAT THERE WERE 5000 PHOTOGRAPHERS UPLOADING. DON'T KNOW WHY THEY ARE DOING THIS. PLEASE CHANGE YOUR AVATAR TO THE BLACK RIBBON IF YOU ARE SAD TO SEE THIS SITE END........Duane Foss

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