Donald M. Jones brings us a new selection of images including a bighorn sheep ram sporting impressive horns that can weigh up to 30 pounds - as much as the rest of the bones in the animal's body. We know this animal is over eight years old because of the curl in the horns which only happens as they mature. As bighorns age, they develop rings on their horns, similar to growth rings around a tree. Notice the shredded ends. Known as "brooming", older rams will often file down their horns on rocks and break pieces off, so that they have an unobstructed view of predators using their wide set, amber eyes.
Also in this collection of images you will see a moose playing hide and seek, an osprey with an attitude and an industrious robin.