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Dall sheep

Ovis dalli; a medium-sized wild sheep.
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Protostrongylus stilesi (Nematoda: Protostrongylidae): ecological isolation and putative host switching between Dall's sheep and muskoxen in a contact zone.
During the 1970s and 1980s the Alaska Department of Fish and Game conducted intensive studies of Dall's sheep (Ovis dalli dalli) in the Dry Creek area of the central Alaska Range south of Fairbanks, Alaska, USA.
After a bush pilot dropped him off in an area where Dall's sheep range, Walker took shelter in an abandoned cabin.
The good news is that if you want to sheep hunt, of the four species of mountain sheep, Dall's sheep have historically been the least expensive to hunt and tags are available.
The 45 Dall's sheep I am watching-rams, ewes and lambs-are gathered on a rocky cliff about a quarter mile away from where I am standing on the other side of the frozen Koyukuk River.
I started my journey to complete the slam with a Dall's sheep hunt.
ALASKA'S Dall's sheep continue to do well, and so do Stone's and Dali's sheep in the Yukon Territory.
Dall's sheep are found in the south and west in numbers that rival the highest densities anywhere, and the large-bodied mountain caribou live in the southern half of the Yukon while the more petite barren ground caribou reside in the northern half.
If hunting Stone's sheep taught me about higher sensibilities, hunting Dall's sheep taught me perseverance.
That leaves Dall's sheep hunting--the one and only "affordable" sheep hunt (and I use the term loosely).