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Spring Big Horn Sheep Lamb Banff NP
A big horn sheep lamb frolicks in the spring warmth in Banff National Park along the Lake Minnewanka Loop Road. This lamb is only about 2-3 months old at the most, born in the spring when the snow begins to melt in the Rocky Mountains.
Bighorn sheep lamb, Ovis canadensis, along the Lake Minnewanka Loop Road, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
Wildlife Traffic Jam Banff National Park Alberta
A common sight along the roads of Banff National Park is a traffic jam caused by wildlife, Alberta, Canada.
Traffic jam along the Lake Minnewanka Loop road as visitors stop to look at Bighorn Sheep in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
Mother Bighorn Sheep With Lamb Banff National Park Alberta
Near the shores of Lake Minnewanka in Banff National Park, Alberta, a mother Bighorn Sheep stays alert of her surroundings while with her lamb.
In a grassy field in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, a mother Bighorn Sheep stays within a close range of her lamb. Until the lamb reaches about 4-6 months old, it will survive on its mother's milk but during these months, it will also le ...
Banff National Park Alberta Bighorn Sheep With Tourists
Tourists to Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, stop along the Lake Minnewanka Loop road to view the Bighorn Sheep.
The wildlife which resides in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, often causes a disturbance in the traffic passing through, especially during the spring and fall. Along the Lake Minnewanka Loop, cars stop to watch the Bighorn Sheep on the ro ...