On this blogger site one can click on all pictures except for the header two times each time making them larger which is a feature I like because it gives you the ability to really look very close at all kinds of things not readily seen.
Did not know of this until a week later and got down to it a couple days ago. It's like 6 miles south of here. Last week there was one parked on the siding for several days which was part of the train that derailed. That must have been damaged but didn't notice anything. They don't look good on the ground that's for sure.
In a way this reminds me of my uncle's Leader Dogwho himself became blind.
To get to where this happened their is a back way. That back way is still there but now features a locked gate that I do not have a key to. But I do have a smaller motorcycle that goes under fences quite nicely quickly and easily. That back way comes out on a county road. About 3.5 miles away. To drive from here to the same spot is 18 miles. From that point it was still 2.5 miles away and I rode right to it. If I had driven it would have been 16.5 plus two miles walking just one way.
An illustrative short video that isn't all that good by any means but indicates that numbers of antelope from what I've seen around here is increasing and I'm good with that.
More importantly is an example from north east New Mexico taken on New Years Day this year that people have a responsibility to the animals they occupy the same ground with to not unnecessarily harm them like I feel was done here.
This was the nastiest fence I think I've ever seen. It's very hard to tell but it's not three not four but five wire fence with not one but two upright supports in between the steel posts. There's a reason I know but - - -