Pronghorns – Day 211 of 366

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  • Thank you for identifying the species. Now, please identify the general location: state, region, or watershed.


  • Sue Makela

    Beautiful…sky scene also…

  • Barb carlson 3 months ago

    Wasn’t that nice. Reminds me of the elk on top of the hill at Medora. Good memories. Thank you.

  • Anonymous 3 months ago

    As always, a beautiful way to start my day~

  • Sonja Dorr Binder

    During a visit to the Southwest in 1977, my family and I saw a whole herd of these beautiful animals running ( more like leaping)
    at full tilt.

    Can see them in my mind’s eye as I write this.

  • Sonja Dorr Binder

    During a visit to the Southwest in 1977, my family and I saw a whole herd of these beautiful animals running ( more like leaping)
    at full tilt.

    Can see them in my mind’s eye as I write this.

  • NBurgess 1 year ago

    The music is thoughtfully applied. It is spare and enhances the viewing experience .

  • Diane on Whidbey 1 year ago

    These glimpses of Nature are like camomile tea for the spirit: soothing, calming, restoring. Thank you.

  • Barb carlson 1 year ago

    South Dakota? Why do people ALWAYS complain about everything. Why not just enjoy the videos or turn off your sound. Please be thankful. This is a gift to you.

  • JEANETTE SJAAHEIM 1 year ago

    I am always curious to know where these videos are being taken. I must be missing that somewhere. I enjoy any glimpse into nature. I appreciate all that goes into your work. Thank-you for sharing your art with us.

  • Gorgeous. Kind of our version of the Serengeti.

  • Anonymous 2 years ago

    Love the prog horns, and hearing the sounds of the crickets and meadow larks. The man-made music detracts from the viewing experience.

  • Becky 2 years ago

    You always have the most appropriate music or sounds with your videos – - just awesome. You are an artist.

  • thank you

  • They’re beautiful animals. Thanks for sharing the clip. :)

  • These are such beautiful animals. I would be in Casper, WY, and headed for Boise, ID. Leavng the motel, in Casper. there would almost always be a small group of them grazing in the surrounding yard. Then I would take US Hwy 20 west across Wyoming. For about the first 100 miles the hills were dotted with Pronghorns.

  • Donna Dacy 3 years ago

    Nice video. Remember seeing them in South Dakota when I was there.

  • You See beauty in everything…has helped me

  • dagmar romano 3 years ago

    I agree about preferring to hear only the sounds of nature. You don’t need the man-made music – and for me, it spoils the feeling of nature in these lovely scenes from nature.. I’ve made this comment before – and I keep feeling disturbed by the, for me, out-of-place music.

    • Maureen Black 3 years ago

      Dagmar Romano: I’ve noticed other comments to this affect concerning nature or man made sounds and/or music….however these are not new videos which can be altered. They were originally produced over 2 years ago, thus the sound at the time was chosen. I’m just commenting as an observer and daily watcher of the same videos. Above, there are headings and one is entitled “The Project” which gives an insight on each daily video from a collection of thousands.

  • Judith Isaacson 3 years ago

    Thank you for this daily reminder from Nature – so much to appreciate!

  • kay smith 3 years ago

    I’d rather hear the sounds of nature, crickets, birds, and all than the to me overly dramatic music. I do love the daily video.

  • Sonya E Keene 3 years ago

    Such beautiful subjects, and I love the way the scene goes from wide-angle and far away to much closer up.

    I’d like to see the species and place noted on each video. Good to see Pronghorns noted here. But where are they? And for many birds, I wish I knew the species and location.

    • Anonymous 3 years ago

      They are in South Dakota. In the video you can hear a meadowlark singing.

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