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SHEEP. A wether more than a year old. 4 Car. & Payne, 216; 19 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 331, S. C.

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Today it is generally accepted that this lighter sheep begin a hybrid zone to the pure white Dall sheep.
Serological survey for Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae in free and ranging Dall sheep (Ovis dalli) in Alaska.
While we rode the bus, we saw nine bears--including five cubs, two moose, tons of Dall sheep, lots of caribou, a wolf, a red fox, a rare gyrfalcon, and a couple of golden eagles
The dall sheep dinner guest; Inupiaq narratives of northwest Alaska.
The Texas White Dall sheep make great companion animals for running with horses or cattle, however the rams need a little watching so they don't become a pest to the other livestock.
This year you will travel to Portage, along Turnagain Arm, past Indian, and across Potter Marsh, past glaciers, the Chugach Mountains, Dall sheep clinging to rugged cliffs, and the reflections in Cook Inlet.
Do you think you could successfully hunt Dall sheep in Alaska's most unforgiving country with a classic American hunting rifle?
Whether by climbing cliffs in the Brooks Range after Dall sheep, or glassing for twelve hours (during Alaska's long summer days) from hillsides for grizzlies and then making an arduous stalk, these hunters experienced nature in a way the comfortable tourist, who sees Dall sheep as white spots from a bus in Denali National Park, will never know.
Aerial survey and Dall sheep population size: comparative usefulness of external and internal population dynamics for management purposes.
When they went to Alaska to start a chapter, the Woolleys each bagged a Dall sheep large enough to make the Boone and Crockett Club's big game listing.