These Bulls had formed a small bachelor group during the summer. We would occasionally see them with smaller herds of 5-10 cows, but mostly they seemed to hang together by themselves. Most of the time when I am shooting video it is just for identification purposes, so I can go back and review the film and ID specific individuals at a later time.
These bulls were actually members of the Aspen Ridge Group we had been studying in the White Mountains of AZ. The following is a video of the Aspen Ridge and Baldy herds which combined to form a superherd during the fall rut.