John Day Fossil Beds National Monument XI – Antelope, Deer and Chuckars

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Prior to Pandemic

In early October I spent five days in the John Day country. On the fourth day of the trip I explored the area around Spray, Oregon.


The weather was beautiful, but my malingering cold was not improving my spirits in the early morning air.

But, the sight of much wildlife during the day did wonders for my temperament.

Amorous Antelope

Sad to say, but a ubiquitous sight

Mule Deer Doe

Sagebrush and columnar basalt, a sight recognizable throughout the West


Categories: Central Oregon Outings

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