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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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In South Dakota, Bighorn Sheep historically inhabited the Black Hills region, but the species was extirpated from the area in the early 1900s (Seton 1929; Witte and Gallagher 2012).
Chronic sinusitis in desert bighorn sheep in northwestern Arizona.
Fish and Wildlife Service motion-activated camera, a golden eagle confronts a desert bighorn sheep at Desert National Wildlife Refuge in Nevada.
South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks (SDGFP) began bighorn sheep re- introductions in the 1960s and experienced the same array of success as other agencies (Singer et al., 2000a; SDGFP, 2007).
"1 Bighorn Sheep jumping, 2 Grebes dancing, 3 Mantids hunting" ...
WEIGHT AND DURABILTY: two very important factors when choosing a tent for your next backpack hunt to chase bighorn sheep at 12,000 feet.
Shackleton (1985) had reported an absence of records of abnormal coloration in bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) despite published reports of white-colored individuals (Jonez 1958; Hansen 1965a; Cooper 1974; O'Connor 1974; Wilson et al.
BIGGS JUNCTION - Two men accused of shooting and beheading a pair of bighorn sheep along Highway 84 in northern Oregon have been arrested.