I mentioned at one point a guy who walks his Llama by the restaurant on the regular, and someone was all, "picture!?" Took me awhile. Talked to this dude and his Llama "Honeybear". They are like the oldest domesticated animal, he's training for backpacking trips, the main issue being that he is out of shape lol.
We have a somewhat domesticated herd of a few thousand elk in Evergreen and they wander through our lot at work plenty as well. Here are a couple adolescent bulls at dusk the other day.
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when I was a small child of five a llama attacked me at a petting zoo. True story. When I retire I want to buy an alpaca farm.
Today I went for a sunrise hike up in the mountains and on my way home saw this lovely bird. Guessing by the debris i passed maybe it was a moto over the side? The joys of living in LA....I am so jealous of you in 'real' mountain states
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I saw 2 moose this spring and summer. I have only seen 3 total, the first one I saw almost 3 years ago. I live in Colorado.
I was walking my dog and almost walked into this one. He was still a bit of a baby and thankfully forgave me. I went back to my house and dropped my dog off. I came back with a camera.
This one I saw in the same area but in the forest. I only had a camera phone on me. This moose was a large adult female. My dog froze on the trail. He was scared. I really wish I had a real camera on me.
During the summer I had a lot of humming birds. The other birds never visit.
I saw this pine martin about a month ago when I was walking my dog, just a camera phone this time. He was a cute fuzzy little animal.