Mountain goats make their home in the mountains and steep cliffs of Glacier Park. Mountain goats are known for their dexterity in navigating precipitous, rocky ground and that is what gives them avoid predators. They eat plants and thickets of grass that grow between the rocks. I took this picture from the road using a telephoto lens.
It is difficult to tell males (billies) and female (nannies) goats apart as they both have horns. Typically, the males are larger and are loners, while the females and the younger goats (kids) create small herds. Baby goats are born on the rocks and learn to climb immediately.
The picture above was taken at Logan Pass. The “bashful” sheep will often wander right up to people and beg you to take their picture.