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Choose from 1449 pictures in our Canadensis collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Bighorn Sheep, Ram in rut Featured Canadensis Print

Bighorn Sheep, Ram in rut

Bighorn Sheep, Ram in rut
Colorado, USA
Ovis canadensis
Record spread of horns in male is 33 inches. Females have short straight horns. Both a browser and grazer and feeds on a great variety of plants. Probably lives to 15 years in the wild. Inhabits mountain slopes with few trees and rugged terrain. Gregarious. Sexes usually separate in summer. Rams join ewes and lambs in fall. Rutting season occurs in November and December. Males will often butt heads in order to establish dominance hierarchy for access to breeding females. Occurs in western North American from Baja California to western Canada
John Cancalosi
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Elk (Cervus canadensis) Featured Canadensis Print

Elk (Cervus canadensis)

Elk (Cervus canadensis), bull, in forest. Elk, eliminated in Pennsylvania by 1867, were reintroduced to the area between 1913 and 1926 and now some 600 roam the forests. Elk State Park, Elk County, Pennsylvania, USA

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Autumn quaking aspen grove (Populus tremuloides) with trunks scarred by browsing elk Featured Canadensis Print

Autumn quaking aspen grove (Populus tremuloides) with trunks scarred by browsing elk

Autumn quaking aspen grove (Populus tremuloides) with trunks scarred by browsing elk (Cervus canadensis). Below Turret Ridge, Uncompahgre National Forest, Colorado, USA. October


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