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identify sheep please
Wild Sheep
Contributors to this thread:
tnbee 18-Jun-16
Charlie Rehor 18-Jun-16
JDM2 18-Jun-16
slowtrain 18-Jun-16
Shrewski 18-Jun-16
Medicinemann 18-Jun-16
NvaGvUp 18-Jun-16
tnbee 18-Jun-16
Mark Watkins 18-Jun-16
From: tnbee
18-Jun-16

tnbee's embedded Photo
tnbee's embedded Photo
I took this picture 15 years ago on my way to my place in Alaska. I was going over Summit pasd, BC, Canada. My daughter wants to do a paper on this sheep and I don't know for sure if it is a Big- horn or a stone sheep. I know ya'll will know and I really appreciate the knowledge you could share with me. Thanks in advance!

18-Jun-16
It's a Stone Sheep! Dall and the Stone are known as the "thin horned" while the Bighorn and Desert Bighorn are thicker horned. You can also answer your question by searching the geographic range as listed in either the P&Y or B&C websites under specie range! C

From: JDM2
18-Jun-16
Stone

From: slowtrain
18-Jun-16
White face and a saddle would make me think of a Fannin's rather than a Stone's.

From: Shrewski
18-Jun-16
Stone for sure.

True Fannins are only from a very small area in the northern Yukon.

From: Medicinemann
18-Jun-16
Stones

From: NvaGvUp
18-Jun-16
Stone, without question.

From: tnbee
18-Jun-16
I sure do appreciate the reply! You folks are great! Stone it is, and thankful I am...

From: Mark Watkins
18-Jun-16
Stones!!!

Mark

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