Zion National Park in Utah is not renowned for its wildlife but one species found here that I find interesting is the Desert Bighorn Sheep. They subsist on the vegetation in the park and prefer the steep rocky slopes. They are a bit sensitive to humans but you can see them on the east side of the park.
One hungry ram
Nice set of choppers
On the edge
Whose courting who here?
They obviously thought I was a threat and gathered on this ledge
The females(Ewes) grow horns but not the big, thick curved ones like the rams do.
Lots of agility
Notice the wide rectangular eyes? This gives the sheep a wide field of vision to spot predators.