Bighorn Sheep inhabit the mountain range of western North America. The male animals have big, stately horns, which grow in a circular direction. During the mating season the heavy head gear comes in use when rival rams collide with their heads during their ongoing fights. In summertime, it is more quiet and I was able to observe some Bighorn Sheep peacefully grazing in Banff National Park. The bright warm hues of the horn compliment beautifully with the blue tones of the mountain ranges in the hazy distance.