Pretty cool, but what are the odds for drawing a tag there?
I actually used to see them on the 70 west of Denver. My buddy went to CU in Boulder for 5 years, and I'd go visit every spring. We'd always go skiing in Winter Park, and I remember heading up the 70, just before we kicked north on some road. A couple different times they were right down on the edge of the road, I assume eating the salt.
Always ewes and young males, but still pretty cool.
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