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Most important, it was far from domestic sheep operations, unlike the eastern edge of the park.
ovipneumoniae-free domestic sheep were commingled with bighorn sheep, the bighorn sheep survived at unprecedented rates (19).
Dietary overlap between Przewalski's gazelle and domestic sheep in the Qinghai Lake region and implications for rangeland management.
In coming to their conclusions, the scientists examined the presence of a particular group of retroviruses within the DNA of 1,362 sheep from 133 different breeds of domestic sheep and their closest wild relatives.
Priority transplant sites were selected based on potential contact with domestic sheep and goats and free ranging aoudads (Ammotragus lervia), amount and juxtaposition of escape terrain, and water availability.
Meloy's book is a nice counterpoint to Tutira because she is documenting what is left of the wild, what is left for wild sheep, while Guthrie-Smith documents what happens to wild land when domestic sheep graze on it.
They are probably the oldest breed of domestic sheep on earth, being quite literally descended from the biblical sheep of Jacob in the Bible (Genesis 30).
Genetic studies of modern domestic sheep have revealed a pattern similar to that of goats, with three to four ancient lineages, Zeder notes.
After about a century without any significant number of large carnivores, it has become common practice to graze domestic sheep on unenclosed forest and mountain pastures without shepherding in summer (Mysterud et al.
Contact with domestic sheep is likely the cause of most of the long-term decline.
The Forest Service will analyze the environmental impacts of the Heber- Reno domestic sheep "driveway" on the Tonto National Forest's bighorn sheep population.
More important, domestic sheep often carry diseases, such as Pasteurella pneumonia, that spread easily and fatally to bighorns.