1972
NWSC2

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1st North American Wild Sheep Conference – 1971 – Fort Collins, Colorado

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Management and Current Status
2
The Dall Sheep and Its Management in Alaska
L. Nichols
9
The Desert Bighorn of Arizona
J. P. Russo
16
Bighorn Sheep Management in New Mexico
P. A. Larsen
22
The Bighorn Sheep in Colorado
W. W. Sandfort and W. B. Rutherford
32
The Bighorn Sheep in Utah – Past and Present
L. B. Dalton and J. J. Spillett
Physiology and Pathology
56
Development of a Protective Bacterin Against Pasteurellosis in Bighorn Sheep
Peter Nash
66
The Clinical and Pathological Effect of Protostrongylus stilesi on Bighorn X Mouflon Hybrid Sheep
S. A. McGlinchy
76
The Life Cycle of Protostrongylus stilesi in Bighorn Sheep
R. A. Monson
87
Application of Physiologic Values to Bighorn Sheep Management
A. W. Franzmann
92
A Die-off Due to Pneumonia in a Semi-Captive Herd of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep
E. T. Thorne
98
The Pneumonia Complex in Bighorn Sheep
G. Post
Research Techniques
108 Estimating Plant Composition of Wild Sheep Diet
R. M. Hansen
116 An Inexpensive Method of Marking Large Numbers of Dall Sheep for Movement Studies
N. M. Simmons
127 The Use of M-99 Etorphine and Acetylpromazine in the Immobilization and Capture of Free RangingRocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep
E. T. Thorne
135 Analysis of Winter Habitat by Multispectral Remote Sensing
R. R. Root
Management Problems, Procedures, and Needs
150 An Ecological View of Bighorn Habitat on Mt. San Antonio
J. T. Light, Jr
158 Habitat Management for the Desert Bighorn Sheep
J. Yoakum
165

Human Disturbance as a Limiting Factor of Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep
D. D. Dunaway

174 The Wind River Bighorn Herd – A New Approach to Sheep Habitat Management
W. Crump

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