Texas Bighorn Society

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Bighorn Sheep News

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  1. High Country News

    The cost of the bighorn comeback
    High Country News
    Through the blizzard of static on his handheld speaker, faint beeps confirm that a herd of bighorn sheep wearing telemetry collars hides somewhere in this valley on the eastern edge of California's Sierra Nevada. But spotting the buff-colored ungulates ...


  2. Valley Voice: Coachella Valley bighorn sheep see favorable time
    The Desert Sun
    Recent Valley Voice columns dealt with our community's signature animal: the Peninsular bighorn sheep. Many readers have responded and we at the Bighorn Institute are grateful for the interest. There's a lot more to know, so here's more of the story.


  3. Bighorn sheep fare well, lambs not so much
    Bismarck Tribune
    From Roosevelt's time in the 1880s, to the first decade of the 1900s, bighorn sheep in North Dakota did not fare well. Nor did any of the other big game species that inhabited the state. Bison, moose, elk and bighorn sheep were extirpated from the ...


  4. INFORUM

    Doug Leier: Bighorn sheep survey reveals good and bad news
    INFORUM
    From Roosevelt's time in the 1880s, to the first decade of the 1900s, bighorn sheep in North Dakota did not fare so well. Nor did any of the other big game species that inhabited the state. Bison, moose, elk and bighorn sheep were extirpated from the ...


  5. goHUNT.com (registration) (blog)

    California launches bighorn sheep health and disease study
    goHUNT.com (registration) (blog)
    What's going on with California's endangered Peninsular bighorn sheep? Over the past year, at least five have died from respiratory problems near La Quinta, California golf courses and the Coachella Valley Conservation Commission wants to know why.