We're deep into Autumn and it's almost breeding season.. The cool fall air resounds with the shotgun crack of horns smashing. The Welsh Mountain rams are docile most of the year. But as the weather cools their natural instincts take over and they are constantly facing off for a fight, sometimes in pairs, or groups. Some of the older boys drift off and find a quiet place to keep out of the fights.
|Coming in for the evening.|
Bottom photo: A few moments later and the fight is forgotten. They have a good instinct for safety and come in on their own, knowing that the coyotes will be starting their evening hunt as the sun sets.
|Newland Charlie Brown|