We came to Theodore Roosevelt National Park to photograph Big-horned Sheep. We found much more in the park than we ever imagined but, until the last day, we didn’t encounter any Big-horned sheep. On the last day, we came across a flock of about 28 sheep just outside the entrance to the Northern part of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The flock consisted or young males, females, and young lambs like this one. No rams with magnificent horns were evident. I don’t know if this cute lamb is male or female. If it is a male, it will eventually grow long, curling horns.