Here is the picture I took yesterday of the pronghorn. I'm not sure how old this one is, but it has to be pretty young. There were 2 walking together who appeared to be the same age. Pronghorn teens, maybe? Both males and females have horns, but the females' horns are usually less noticeable. These pronghorns look like they were youngsters, especially with the soft looking fur. They are cute things, that's for sure.
We see pronghorn a lot when we go to Grand Teton and Yellowstone. They are also all over Montana and we've seen them in Glacier from time to time too. They can run over 60 miles per hour and are the fastest animal in North America. They're also the second fastest land animal behind the cheetah. Pronghorns can actually run longer than cheetahs at high speeds. This particular one wasn't in any hurry though. In fact, he stood in the road for awhile (with his sibling), making a car wait a few minutes before it could pass. Maybe no one has taught him that he's the fastest land animal in America. He wasn't in any hurry, not with all the sunshine to enjoy!