CRASH! - Western Photography
A disagreement over females between two Bighorn Sheep.
Bighorn rams fight to decide who will be the dominant male in their group. During the fight, the males will face each other, rear up on their back legs and crash their huge horns into each other. Sometimes they charge as fast as 40 mph. Named for it's large horns that weigh up to 30 lbs; the sheep weigh up to 300 lbs.
* Brad Schwarm currently leads private photography trips exploring Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. This access allows him to create images that convey his deep and abiding love and respect for the wildlife of this amazing region. His work has appeared in Life, Outside, Communication Arts and Sports Illustrated magazines.
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