"Feral ~ from feminine of ferus wild: having escaped from domestication and become wild"...




Wednesday

Word of the Day; "Antelope"


Poppa Antelope





Momma Antelope




 Poppa



 Momma



BABY!!!



Welcome  Baby Antelope to Springtime in 
Powder River County, Montana!


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And so that completes our word of the day 


~ "Antelope" ~


 Thank you for participating!

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wait...


You mean today's word isnt


"Antelope"?






Its suppose to be


 "interlope"?
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nevermind!



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13 comments:

  1. Now that's something you don't see in Philly often:@)

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  2. Great shots I never seen one of them before. Still funny. B

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  3. you made me laugh! :)

    beautiful family!!!

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  4. Were you interloping in antelope territory?
    Great shots, it's not often that we get to see this lovely creature.... unless of course you are a regular antelope interloper....

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  5. WOW! What a gorgeous family!!

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  6. Hi Feral Gal, great shots. One of the gals in Alberta calls them speed goats,
    better then speed bumps....LOL

    Doing a little blog reading catch up today, enjoyed all your wild photos and the beautiful wedding dress. What a wonderful day for you and your girl.

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  7. Great shots!!! Such beautiful country over there.

    We had antelope in our alfalfa field yesterday afternoon...that was a first...they usually stay up north a few miles where the big pivots are. Bella Jo of course let them know where the property line was ;~)

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  8. No words needed. Their beauty is overwhelming and would leave me speechless anyway. As would your photos.

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  9. Aww, what a cute baby. We see them around here but I never notice the youngsters. I only get a glimpse when I am driving past herds hanging out in cow pastures.

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  10. I hope you are not working to hard out there. B

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  11. Wonderful pictures!!! Got to get out to Montana one of these days!

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  12. Wow, I've never seen them so up close. Very cool! When I see them they're always running the other direction and those buggers are fast.

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