The red shouldered hawk juvie was perched along the side of the road and I stopped . Shortly after stopping he took off and I captured this image !
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A group of pronghorn antelope graze on the prairie of northeastern New Mexico, illuminated by the warm low angle light just before sunset. Pronghorn are one of the most emblematic grazers of western North America, occurring in open terrain from the deserts of the southwest through the Great Basin and onto the Great Plains. They are the most speedy of the large ungulate grazers in North America, able to achieve a speed of 55 mph (88 km/h) for short distances, making them a tough target for predators.
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