Above, at a ranch run by Antelope island State Park, a ranger in the white truck was herding the bison away from a group of visiting school children when one bison turned on a dime and faced the truck. The ranger backed up and turned around and the bison shortly continued walking with the other two bison. He looked like he was ready to fight the truck if it had continued.
Pronghorn elk. They were concerned about some bicyclists. They take cars more for granted, but were uncertain about people on bikes. There are some very good dirt bike paths here. Many cyclists ride over the causeway to the island. I wonder about riding a bike here on bad bug days. Every day it got warmer, the bugs got worse. Along the causeway especially, there were lots of midges like I saw in the Klamath Falls, Oregon area.
A burrowing owl. It would not cooperate to let me get a better picture. (It’s in the center of the picture).
A loggerhead shrike. Often saw it hunting in the same area as the owl.
Thought the coyote (fox?) below was a domestic dog at first, it was so fluffy and was wagging it’s tail while pouncing on prey on the ground. Think he finally captured and ate it.