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MidwayUSA the official sponsor of the 2012 'Sheep Show'
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MidwayUSA, a catalog and Internet retailer offering "Just About Everything for Shooting, Reloading, Gunsmithing and Hunting," is pleased to attend the 2012 Wild Sheep Foundation "Sheep Show" as the Official Sponsor. The show will be held Jan. 19-21, at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center in Reno, Nev. More



Concern for wild sheep prompts pack goat ban
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Concern over a premiere bighorn sheep herd in Wyoming has prompted a ban on pack goats on most of the Shoshone Forest. Forest Supervisor Joe Alexander recently signed an order forbidding the use of pack goats in many areas. It's expected to remain in place until 2013, while a permanent solution is written into a new forest management plan. "While this decision does deprive pack goat users of some of their favorite high mountain lakes, I don't want to risk potentially affecting some of the struggling bighorn sheep populations," Alexander said. More

Utah Department of Wildlife Resources Bighorn Sheep Watch Saturday, Dec. 3
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Early December is the good time to see Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. That's why Saturday, Dec. 3, is the day Utah Division of Wildlife has chosen to hold this year's Bighorn Sheep Watch. The cliff-edged corridor along the Green River is a great place to find wild sheep. Rams are finishing up the last few weeks of the annual breeding season, known as the rut. It's the time of year when rams of equal size engage in head-butting, sparring and kicking to determine which rams will breed the females. More

FWP plans to stock bighorns near caverns, 2 nearby sites
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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks plans to reintroduce Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep in three areas in southwest Montana, including at and near Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park near Three Forks. A public meeting on the plan will be held Dec. 7 in Whitehall. According to the agency, one of the objectives of the plan is to "establish five new viable and huntable populations over the course of the next 10 years and augment existing populations where appropriate." More

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Ending some sheep grazing at station scrutinized to save money and protect grizzlies, wolves and bighorns
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Federal and state agencies, sportsmen groups and environmentalists in Montana are calling for an end to sheep grazing on a federal research ranch in the Centennial Mountains, saying the decades-long practice is coming at the expense of grizzly bears and other wildlife. The land, on the Montana-Idaho border south of Dillon, is part of the U.S. Sheep Experiment Station, which was established in 1926 to conduct research on sheep breeds, grazing and rangeland health. More

Hiker asks court to force release of bighorn data
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A hiking enthusiast has gone to court in an effort to get the California Department of Fish and Game to release what it knows about peninsular bighorn sheep near the Bump and Grind trail. Thousand Palms resident Blaine Carian said he filed his disclosure request with the Riverside County Superior Court in Indio on Nov. 22, after Fish and Game in October declined to release geographic information showing where bighorn sheep had been spotted in the area. More

South Dakota native shoots rare bighorn sheep
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Stuart Sullivan called it a once-in-a-lifetime hunt. A Mitchell, S.D., native, Sullivan, 33, shot a bighorn sheep on Thanksgiving morning in the Black Hills. He is one of three people in the state who drew a tag to be eligible to hunt bighorn sheep this year. "I hunt everything," Sullivan said, "and this tops the list of memorable hunts." More

3 ways to weatherproof your rifle
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If you've ever hunted in the rain, or even just cold temperatures, you know the toll adverse weather can take on your rifle. In a few weeks Tyler Freel (author) is headed down to Afognak Island, Ala., to hunt deer and although it's a hunter's paradise, the conditions can't get much worse for a rifle. Between the constant humidity, rain and salt water, even an "all weather" rifle will rust in no time at all. More

The tree squirrel slam
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Johnathan O'Dell is the small game biologist for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. He's also a seriously dedicated squirrel hunter. O'Dell says he prefers hunting the bushy-tailed tree-dwellers over any other game because of the skill level required. In 2009 he happened to be traveling to destinations within the ranges of all eight tree squirrel species native to the United States. More
 


 
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