Dall sheep


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Synonyms for Dall sheep

large white wild sheep of northwestern Canada and Alaska

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The Dall sheep study, for example, will examine the effects of their changing habitat on subsistence hunting and tourism.
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?
Riding through the Alaskan bush offers sightings of caribou, Dall sheep, lynx, moose, and wolves, as well as Mt.
Aerial survey and Dall sheep population size: comparative usefulness of external and internal population dynamics for management purposes.
At another juncture, though she was busy driving and we were watching, Hutson was the first to spot a bright-white herd of Dall sheep high up a mountain side.
Dall sheep (Ovis dalli), moose, caribou (Rangifer tarandus), and ground squirrels are found in this region.
You're gonna see caribou, Dall sheep, American Bald Eagles, and bears.
Tourists coming to see Alaska's bountiful caribou, moose, dall sheep, and more would spend their money on businesses that provide Alaskan residents with jobs--hotels, restaurants, cruises, and car rentals.
As I said, I was in Alaska for one tour so I have Dall sheep and a big caribou and this sort of thing.
It is pygmy forests and stunted spruce, giant herds of caribou, domesticated reindeer, pluss moose, Dall sheep, wolf, Arctic fox, bear, and ptarmigan.
Virtual hunters can trek through the forests of British Columbia or the mountainous regions of Alaska while stalking a variety of species including Dall Sheep, Desert Muleys, Whitetail Deer, Canadian Moose, Polar Bears, Grizzlies, and Wolves.
A band of eight Dall sheep rams was bedded on an open bench a few hundred yards below my guide, Tee, and I.
The coin's reverse (tails side) design features a Dall sheep with Mount McKinley rising in the background with the inscriptions DENALI, ALASKA, 2012, and E PLURIBUS UNUM.