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Study looks at why bighorn sheep in Cody area do better than elsewhere

Mar 20, 2014 By Gib Mathers, Powell Tribune

POWELL -- The dart swatted the bighorn sheep ewe square on the rump, making her a winner of sorts.

Little did the ewe know she had been picked to be ...


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Wyoming Game and Fish Department large carnivore biologist Luke Ellsbury, left, and WGFD wildlife biologist Cole Hansen readied a tranquilized bighorn ewe for transport to a waiting horse trailer for examination. Photo by Gib Mathers/Powell Tribune

Wyoming Game and Fish Department large carnivore biologist Luke Ellsbury, left, and WGFD wildlife biologist Cole Hansen readied a tranquilized bighorn ewe for transport to a waiting horse trailer for examination. Photo by Gib Mathers/Powell Tribune


Wyoming Game and Fish Department large carnivore biologist Luke Ellsbury, left, and WGFD wildlife biologist Cole Hansen readied a tranquilized bighorn ewe for transport to a waiting horse trailer for examination. Photo by Gib Mathers/Powell Tribune

Wyoming Game and Fish Department large carnivore biologist Luke Ellsbury, left, and WGFD wildlife biologist Cole Hansen readied a tranquilized bighorn ewe for transport to a waiting horse trailer for examination. Photo by Gib Mathers/Powell Tribune

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