24 08 2017

Kwana with LBB in Spring Creek Basin.

Check out Kwana’s right ear. πŸ™‚

Yeah … our mustangs are sooooooooooo starving, and our range is soooooooooo destroyed.

Note No. 1: Extreme sarcasm above.

Note No. 2: That’s native galleta and grama grass he’s eating – and a lot of it.

See tomorrow’s pic for the long view.



8 responses

24 08 2017
Prairie girl

Thanks for this TJ.
Let’s keep shouting.

24 08 2017
Maggie Frazier

Yup – this kind of picture & PROOF should certainly be shouted!!

24 08 2017
Karen Schmiede

Looking Good!

24 08 2017
Sue Story

I will add my “amen!” And I love Kwana’s cocked ear – must be something out there! Can’t wait to see what it is tomorrow!

24 08 2017

Do you see the little bird on the ground in front of Kwana? He’s watching it … that’s what his ear is cocked at. πŸ™‚ It was apparently looking for seeds knocked off from the grasses he was eating. The LBBs – little brown birds?! – are following the horses like crazy these days.

24 08 2017
Sue Story

Thanks TJ! And we too have noticed those little guys flocking around the horse’s feet “like crazy.” I like your theory as to why – we were wondering what they were doing. I am just amazed at how they stay out of the way of those mustang hooves as the horses amble around grazing! Those birds look like a type of finch.

24 08 2017

Sometimes the birds perch on the horses’ backs, too. πŸ™‚ It’s fun to see the way wildlife helps each other!

24 08 2017
Sue Story

The old “symbiotic relationship” thing from my biology classes! πŸ™‚

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