Importance of Natural Resources

Rocky Mountain Wildlife


■■ ■■DYIN■OG GRASS AND THE FIRST DY LEAVES FALLING TO THE GROUND. A YOUNG MALE APPROACHES THE EDGE OF THE HERD. THE FEMALES SEEM VULNERABLE TO HIM BECAUSE THE LEADER IS NOT THERE TO PROTECT HIM. “ÑE VOICE CALLS IN THE>■/■/■/■ WwDI!ÑSTówANñ■CE, OwBUTGw THE VO oWWOoWUNoWD oWOR.vmvmvmvmvqOqOq. ANOTHER OPPORTUNIST APPROACHES, TEMPTED BY THE SAME BOUNTY. DURING THE SUMMER THEY GAINED WEIGHT AND MIGHT. THEIR CROWNS OF ANTLERS ARE MORE POWERFUL. NOW THEY INTEND TO SHOW THEIR STRENGTH TO PROVE THEY WOULD BE CAPABLE, IF NECESSARY, OF FIGHTING TO EXHAUSTION. EACH AWE COME THEY OBSERVE THEIR ELDERS. WHEN THE MOCK FIGHTING INTENSIFIES, OBSERVERS ALSO GIVE IT A TRY. NEXT YEAR THEY WILL NO LONGER BE APPRENTICES OR SPECTATORS BUT COMPETITORS IN THEIR OWN RIGHT DESPITE THE POSSIBILITY THE RULER IN THESE PARTS MAY


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