Artwork By Laney

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Reassurance - 27in x 44in
Reassurance
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In September the rut begins for the moose. A cow, still with her calves, is the object of the bull and the calves are feeling unsettled by this aggressive attention. They need to touch Mom.
The Wood Pile - 12in x 9in
The Wood Pile
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A good home for a rabbit is in the wood pile.
Waiting Out the Storm - 27in x 43.5in
Waiting Out the Storm
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The snow storm is just beginning to clear up and the sheep have been waiting out the storm and are now thinking about moving on. They have rested on a windy ridge where the forage is available and predators can be seen from a distance. The large ram is perhaps eight years or more and are not often seen.
Touch Down - 43.5in x 27in
Touch Down
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Arriving back at the nest, the adult heron is greeted by its mate. The young are about a month old.
Emerald Morning - 14in x 21.5in
Emerald Morning
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On a quiet peaceful morning, a calf Moose tries out his long legs in the water.
Above Ross Lake - 22in x 24in
Above Ross Lake
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In mid-July the Bighorn sheep are summering on the high mountain meadows in the Wind River Mountains. It is late morning, and the ewes have finished their early morning feeding and have rested for a couple of hours, and are now readying themselves to move on to other pastures. The lambs take this opportunity to nurse and scratch and touch one another. The location above Ross Lake is secure because the sheep can view in all directions and no threatening predators can approach.

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