Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Amazing how sure-footed sheep can be.
The horns are quite impressive.
...I wish that I was this sure footed.
Hello, the big horn sheep are amazing critters. Great exhibit. Enjoy your day!
I’ve never see such sheep...one day maybe!
They look so real, alive.
That is a very realistic diorama.
Isn't it strange, to see replicas of the great outdoors inside the museum, while we are also relegated to stay indoors and just imagine the great outdoors...at least where wildlife like this exists!
Never heard of thin horned sheep You've given me a project.
I like their horns
@John: they can be amazing climbers.@Jan: definitely.@Tom: I'm not!@Eileen: thanks.@Marie: i have not.@Maywyn: they do.@Sharon: very much so.@Barbara: that's true.@Red: good!@Karl: me too.
Those horns don't look too thin to me! ;-)
Are you ready for this to be over??!!
I've seen a few of thinhorn sheep when I visited the Yukon in 1999. Very impressive animals.
Lovely rams ~ great horns ~ Be Well,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
They are amazing paintings.
Wonderful ! How can they step around on inches of mountain shelveparsnip
It's truly amazing how those sheep can perch and scamper around on high cliffs.
The displays are so beautifully presented William, a joy to see ✨
THese are so well done, William.
Love these sheep …All the best Jan
I see Bighorn sheep almost every trip to the mountains but I never knew there was thinhorn sheep!
@RedPat: nor to me.@Jennifer: still ready.@Bill: I think so.@Carol: indeed.@Gemel: they are.
@Parsnip: they're great climbers.@Kay: they have skill.@Grace: I agree.@Jeanie: they are.@Jan: thank you.@Jenn: I've seen the Bighorns myself, long ago.