This pair of pronghorn antelope were in a densely wooded section of the Coconino National Forest. I saw them about 100 yards off to the left, but they were in the shade. I waited patiently for them to move to a sunny spot. My squeaky brakes brought them to attention and I was able to get a few photos of them.
Both female and male pronghorns have horns, but the female's are much smaller. These both appear to be bucks. Unlike other species that grow horns, the pronghorn's are a combination horn and antler and they are shed and regrown each year.
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