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Make Way for Baby
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Vielen Dank, Klaus, für diesen schönen Kommentar.
Habe die Bilder bewundert vor allen Dingen von den Büffeln einfach super fotografiert,toll,viele liebe Grüsse Klaus
Thanks, Richard! I’m not surprised you haven’t seen buffalo on the road. They like being herded even less than sheep do.
Well i have seen sheep sharing a road with cars but never buffalo.
Thanks, Pen – love your visits!
Hope you’re having a great Week-end, Monica, best wishes to you and yours, I;m going to enjoy another look at the ‘little one’ above… 😀 xPenx
No matter what – they do look after their young. It brings us all a little closer, don’t you think? The look in their eyes seemed to say: “Don’t even think about it!” Thanks for your lovely comments, Androgoth.
You know, I thought that I had commented on this one Monica, I know I read it but it must have been in my updates and obviously I have forgotten to call in and add my thoughts… I like this one too as it just shows how animals look after their young, no matter what they have to do or where they have to tread, in this case stopping the traffic… Well with all that snow who can blame them? A brilliant posting Monica…
Hi Pen, The babies are just a few days old and already up and about. The whole herd seems to protect them. Glad to make you smile!
Hi Laz – thank you! Do you have Canadian bison roaming the Western range? Or is it musk ox?
Bluebee, that’s funny. Can you see the bike wheels peeking out in the background? I held my breath as the bikers scooted by with no problems.
HI Ian, They’re doing quite well within the park. You can see large herds – of course, not like in the old days (when I was young).
No, you have to be on buffalo-time.
and why not I say?… definitely make way, especially for baby. I loved seeing these photo’s Monica., made my day and made me smile too… xPenx
I love Bison,
Definitely enjoyed these photos, Monica
Thanks for the smiles,
My goodness, Monica – what a spectacle! 😀 – I have an irrational fear of bovines so these would send me running for the hills, ha ha
What a fantastic set of pics
Amazing to drive on the road
and share the road with them
I was given to understand
that they are an endangered species
Wow, you can a shot like that just anywhere. I hope you were not in a hurry.