Zooming in on the bison at Antelope Island.
We briefly saw pronghorn sheep from far away.
Views along the drive. You can barely see some bison in that last picture. They were far out in the dried lake.
A few shots from the working farm on the island.
Antelope Island is a state park that sits on the Great Salt Lake.
A cross between a zebra and a horse?
The duck wasn’t sneaking up on someone. He walked with a limp.
I was concerned about this duck. I’ve never seen a duck sleep with his head on the ground.
He eventually popped his head up. He was okay.
King of the coup.
King of the entire farm.
Sparrow hanging around looking for a handout.
The cow train.
More fun from my mid-February visit to the petting zoo/horse farm near my house. I stopped by again last Saturday and realized when summer comes, it’s going to be too hot to visit. On March 1st it was 80 degrees by noon. Where did winter go?
Chicken Little. Mom was teaching the baby how to shuffle it’s feet in the dirt to scare up the bugs.
Mom sure was pretty!
Cute little baby walking around with mom.
This is the 3rd time I’ve seen bluebirds hanging around near the eagle’s nest.
There were several flying around the horse pasture.
One had a bug for a snack.
These guys are loud!
Resting in the shade.
Lady in waiting.
I took a lot of pictures of the peafowl on my last trip to the eagle’s nest. Although, I should go back in a month or so and see if there are baby peacocks running around. By now the baby eagles have flown the coup. Hopefully they won’t eat that last baby chicken. I heard there were four babies and now there’s only one left. It might have been hawks that got them. The bluebirds have probably left to head north for the summer already. I’ll check back in on the nest next year.