Antelope Island State Park, Utah

After spending several days at Bryce Canyon National Park and Kodachrome Basin State Park I decided it was time to travel to Antelope Island State Park here Utah. I wanted to visit Antelope Island because of two great photographers I had met online. I started following Mia McPherson on Twitter and was very impressed with her photography. Through her I also met Ron Dudley. They photograph mostly birds and one of the main areas that they visit is Antelope Island State Park.

I had been in contact with Mia and Ron throughout my journey through Utah and they were giving me some great advise on what to see and where to stay. I was ready to meet them and plus I was ready to photograph some wildlife.

If you want to see some great wildlife photos then you need to visit Mia and Ron’s site:
On The Wing Photography by Mia and Feathered Photography by Ron

Antelope Island State Park, the largest island in the Great Salt Lake. View a free-roaming herd of 500 bison, and pronghorn and bighorn sheep that share the rangelands. Hike, mountain bike or horseback ride along backcountry trails for spectacular views of Great Salt Lake and island scenery.

Antelope Island State Park

Antelope Island State Park in Utah


I figured the first thing to photograph at Antelope Island should be the Pronghorn


A closer look at a Antelope Island State Park Pronghorn

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0 Responses to Antelope Island State Park, Utah

  1. Ron Dudley says:

    Beautiful pronghorn shots, Steve. It was wonderful to meet you on the island. I just wish the weather had been better while you were here.

  2. Steve Creek says:

    It was great meeting you Ron. I still had a great time and did get some great photos. Thanks to you and Mia for sharing your favorite spots.

  3. Cindy says:

    That Antelope does not look amused, ha,ha!

  4. Erin Duke says:

    What gorgeous animals in quite a gorgeous place. Well done, my friend! :)

  5. Sandy says:

    I loved the Pronghorn picture in the Antelope Island Section. I didn’t find it in the gallery though. I would like to know about print ordering and prices. Are there any other prints of them available. The head and neck shot was the one that I liked

  6. Steve Creek says:

    Sandy, I’m glad you liked the photos and here is a link to where you can purchase it:

  7. Steve, I wish that the weather had been better for your visit but it was terrific to finally meet you face to face.

    Wonderful Pronghorn images, I really enjoy the portrait! The Pronghorn have just begun having their fawns here!

  8. Steve Creek says:

    It was great meeting you also Mia. I have never seen Pronghorn Fawns so that would have been cool. I will have to make another trip and maybe I will get better weather.