Dall sheep


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Dall sheep:

see bighornbighorn
or Rocky Mountain sheep,
wild sheep, Ovis canadensis, of W North America, formerly plentiful in mountains from SW Canada to N Mexico. Indiscriminate hunting, disease, and scarcity of food enormously reduced its numbers by the mid-20th cent.
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, in zoology.
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I dare you to take a Kimber to Alaska, and I'll bet you can take a Dall sheep with it.
Design of aerial surveys for Dall sheep in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska.
Several hundred miles south, in Glacier Bay, well below the Arctic Circle, Dall sheep stand on seemingly perpendicular walls.
A national site that features Mount McKinley, the tallest mountain in North America, as well as grizzly bears, caribou, Dall sheep and moose, makes Denali National Park and Preserve a perfect choice for the America the Beautiful Quarters Program," David Croft, Plant Manager at the United States Mint at Denver, told the crowd.
He ran in Seward's grueling Mount Marathon race; hunted Dall sheep in the Brooks Range, as well as bear in the Prince William Sound area and deer on Kodiak Island; and caught salmon, rainbow trout and Arctic char in rivers throughout the state.
Only in their 30s, Lance and Shane are well-seasoned guides and they really know how to have a good time and make hunts fun; that is if Dall sheep hunting can really ever be described as fun
The other main draw is the park's wildlife, particularly grizzlies, caribou, Dall sheep, moose, and wolves.
Publication of Dall sheep findings and development of future research direction.
The Kodiak Hunter has a black chromex finish, with a Dall sheep laser engraved on the left side of the frame and a Kodiak bear on the other side.
This was the country of grizzly bears, Dall sheep, golden eagles and - in the river and its tributaries - arctic grayling and Dolly Varden.
We lived in Texas for about 11 years and a good friend of ours, Georgia Anders, Moulton, Texas, (512-569-7600), raised fine quality Texas Dall sheep for several years.
Early risers here may see moose in the headquarters area, but for the best chance to see caribou, Dall sheep, and grizzlies-- and Mount McKinley's snowy slopes-- you must get deep into the park ($3 entry fee per person).