Tame Sheep?Contributors to this thread:
Mule Power 08-Sep-19
altitude sick 09-Sep-19
Saw this guy at work today.
They hang out on the bike trail at Glenwood Springs next to the interstate
All Biggame is Tame until you HAVE A TAG to hunt them. This was in a legal sheep hunting area (not a park) a couple years ago when we were in Colorado.
We feed deer out of our hands at our hunting camp but if you go 200 yards in any direction, they get WILD!!!
these 2 need a few more years
Heres one from yesterday but he is a bit harder to see and not tame much at all. Saw another that boogied before I could get me phone out. Definitely not tame, lol!
Both sheep and goats really don’t get hunted that much due to the severely limited tags. They also get used to hikers all year as well. There are some wild ones, but not nearly as wild as deer and elk. Usually the hardest part of hunting them is navigating the country they are in.
You can walk with a couple feet of them (almost pet them) during the summer atop Colorado's Mt. Evans... They're very humanized up there with all the tourist traffic...
From: Mule Power
Highway 93 just north of Sula Montana. You can ride by slowly and pat them on the butt! Lol
Livin' the dream around those sheep.
Good luck, Robb
From: altitude sick
So are they even more tame than “ AFRICAN MOUNTAIN PUSSY”