Bighorn


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Synonyms for Bighorn

a river that flows from central Wyoming to the Yellowstone River in southern Montana

wild sheep of mountainous regions of western North America having massive curled horns

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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.
Bighorn Lake - Bighorn River April through July inflow to Bighorn Lake is forecast to be 2,499,900 acre-feet (af), which is 229 percent of the 30 year average of 1,093,400 af.
Krausman provides an account of desert bighorn sheep in the Santa Catalina Mountains from their discovery by Europeans around 1540 to their extirpation more than 400 years later.
My interest in this subject dates to 1976--when I learned that [greater than or equal to] 2 white-colored individuals had been seen in the Clark Mountain Range, San Bernardino County, California--and I have since then recorded all records of abnormally colored bighorn sheep that I became aware of.
Bighorn Airways is a diversified aviation operation based in Sheridan, Wyoming, and has been a source of special mission aircraft operations and modifications for over 50 years.
Shooting Arrows and Slinging Mud: Custer, the Press, and the Little Bighorn.
KLAMATH FALLS - Wildlife officials shot and killed a 7-year-old bighorn ram because it got too close to domestic sheep.
An entire herd of bighorn sheep in Montana has been given the death sentence by Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks.
Over the decades, I've heard some pessimists say that we'll never delist Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep," said Kevin Hurley, conservation director of the Wild Sheep Foundation.
Mexico's largest hotel operator with over 130 hotels, and private equity firm Bighorn Capital, Inc.
Thieves' Road: The Black Hills Betrayal and Custer's Path to Little Bighorn tells of an expedition of some thousand troops and more than a hundred wagons into the Black Hills of South Dakota, and what happened to the exploratory mission which set the stage for the events to take place at Little Bighorn two years later.
When Tuk is born on the mountain, life is simple for a young bighorn.
Forest Service is unjustly attempting to expel all the packgoats from the forests that have any population of Bighorn sheep (which is quite a large number across this country).
In Arizona, however, agave was rarely used by desert mule deer or bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis; Krausman et al.
Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) occur in varied environments, and several studies have been undertaken to examine their diet across their range (for example, Halloran and Crandell 1953; Todd 1975; Miller and Gaud 1989; Fulbright and others 2001; Wagner and Peek 2006).