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Utah's desert bighorn sheep make steady recovery
KSL-TV
What began as a dozen desert bighorn sheep reintroduced into Zion National Park in 1973 has now become the largest and possibly healthiest herd of bighorn sheep in Utah. Park officials and wildlife managers want to keep it that way. "This herd is definitely a valuable asset to the park," said Dustin Schaible, bighorn sheep program manager for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. "We want people to see healthy animals."
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Black Hills' resident mountain goats benefiting from new bloodlines
The Great Outdoors
While some people may be surprised to learn that mountain goats are not native to the Black Hills, state wildlife officials hope a rejuvenated population of transplants and zoo escapees will continue to grow and thrive. "We want people to be able to hike up and see them and for people to see them at Mount Rushmore. That's important to a lot of people," said John Kanta, regional wildlife manager for the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
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Pneumonia plaguing southern Nevada bighorn sheep
KPHO-TV
Southern Nevada's desert bighorn sheep population could be in trouble because of an outbreak of pneumonia, according to the Nevada Department of Wildlife. Pneumonia isn't contagious for humans, but the Department of Wildlife says the problem for sheep is worse than they originally thought, and for now there is no solution.
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The buck who carried his rival's head
OutdoorHub
While it may look like a grisly trophy, the story behind the picture of the antler-locked bucks above is one of survival and endurance. Luke Laha, a wildlife management instructor in Kansas, was asked about how he and his students rescued an antler-locked deer that had been carrying around the head of his rival. So how did this deer come to be wearing such bizarre headgear? Laha said that there was once a body attached to that head, before the coyotes came.
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Request to track bighorn sheep with helicopters drawing protest
KOLD-TV
As Game and Fish officials digest the loss of the 12th Bighorn sheep in the Catalina Mountains, they are also celebrating the birth of another lamb. To date, three lambs have been spotted in the mountains. Game and Fish officials said they were unable to track the mountain lion that killed the sheep, as some time had passed, and the trail had gone cold. The group Friends of Wild Animals formed after two mountain lions were killed for attacking the sheep.
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Photos: Monster nontypical bucks of Illinois
Outdoor Life
Illinois is the land of nontypicals. Recently, at the Deer and Turkey Expo, trophy bucks lined the walls with droptines, kickers and extra main beams jutting off in every direction.
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Patience is often the key to a successful hunt
By John McAdams
As I grow older and more experienced as a hunter, one specific trait seems to become more important to success than any other: patience. I have missed many an opportunity while hunting due to lack of patience and a desire to rapidly accomplish something. However, there have been several events where I have been successful due to slowing down and waiting. The story of my first "trophy" white-tailed deer is a key example of how patience can pay off.
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Bighorn sheep relocated to Nebraska's Pine Ridge area
KIOS-FM
More than 25 bighorn sheep have been relocated from Nebraska's Wildcat Hills to the Pine Ridge area.

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Madison wild sheep transplant delayed
Bozeman Daily Chronicle
The first wild sheep transplant to receive Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission approval in recent years is now on hold.

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Bighorn sheep survey needs volunteers in San Gabriel Mountains
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Feb. 28 is application deadline for moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat and wild bison licenses
Basin Radio Network
Hunters are reminded that the deadline to submit applications for four highly sought after big game species is coming up quickly. Applications for moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat and wild bison must be submitted via the online application system by 5 p.m., Feb. 28. After 5 p.m., Feb. 28, the online application system will no longer accept moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat and wild bison applications.
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Bighorn sheep relocated to Nebraska's Pine Ridge area
KIOS-FM
More than 25 bighorn sheep have been relocated from Nebraska's Wildcat Hills to the Pine Ridge area. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says the sheep were relocated Wednesday from the Hubbard Gap region of the Wildcat Hills in order to supplement two herds.
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