Artwork By Laney

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Alfalfa - 12in x 8.5in
Alfalfa
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The hay stack yard is home base for the cottontail. Protection and food in the same location.
Spirit Mountain - 27in x 43.5in
Spirit Mountain
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In late November while assisting in the survey of Bighorn Sheep on Whiskey Mountain, a group of rams appeared on the rim and for a few minutes they observed me while I observed them and then they silently dropped over the rim and out of sight.
Shadows - 14.5in x 16.5in
Shadows
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A seldom seen bird, the Brown Creeper, is moving along the trunk of an aspen looking for bugs and mites. The aspen leaves are creating abstract patterns on the trunk.
Zero - 13in x 10in
Zero
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On a really frosty morning with ice crystals floating in the air, the woodpecker is fluffed out, covering his feet, and keeping close to the broken tree bark to conserve heat.
Company - 18.5in x 11in
Company
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Various species of animals that live in like habitats use each other to measure any threats that might be located in the area. If the fawn feels safe, the young Cottontail feels safe. Both might give an alert that would cause them to flee to safer areas.
Down to Water - 25in x 40in
Down to Water
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Water is an important item for any animal and obtaining it brings danger and specific behavior necessary to guard the young. The hen Chukar was probably first to the stream and is watchful while the rooster and the chicks come down to water. At a moments notice they can melt into the grasses if a predator appears.

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