1972
NWSC2

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Northern Wild Sheep Council 3 – 1974 – Great Falls, Montana

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2 Wild sheep from an economic and consumer viewpoint
Jack Atcheson
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Alaska - Wayne Heimer
11 Yukon - J. M. Christiansen
12 Northwest Territories - Norman Simmons
13 British Columbia - Kerry Constan
14 Alberta - William Wishart, Corm Gates
15 Alberta - Randy Chappel
16 Oregon - James Blaisdell
17 Idaho - William Hickey
27 Montana - Joe Egan
29 North Dakota - Jim McKenzie
29 Wyoming - Bill Helms
30 Utah - Homer Stapley
32 Colorado - Gene Schoonveld
35 Some questions about trophy hunting
James Morgan
40 What are the effects of bighorn trophy hunting?
William Wishart
45 Comments on hunting
Jack O'Connor
49 The importance of mineral licks to Dall sheep in interior Alaska and its significance to sheep management
Wayne Heimer
64 Bighorn sheep in the Missouri River breaks of Montana
Larry Eichhorn and C. Robert Watts
67 Range ecology of bighorn sheep in relation to self-regulation theories
John Stelfox
77 Range use and food habits of bighorn sheep in the Sun River area, Montana
Michael Frisina
78 Comments on behavior
Valerius Geist
79 Movements of bighorn sheep in west central Montana
Glenn Erickson
80 The effect of ambient temperature on the winter feed intake of bighorn sheep
Daryll Hebert
91 The Lava Beds bighorn transplant
James Blaisdell
93 Wyoming's bighorn sheep transplants
Bill Helms
96 Bighorn sheep transplanting in Montana
Reuel Janson
99 Comments on transplanting
Valerius Geist
102 Lamb Mortality
Terry Spraker
104 Cause and nature of mortality in bighorn sheep
Bob Lange
108 Effects of late prehistoric and early historic Eskimo hunting of Dall sheep in north Alaska: examples of Aboriginal overkill
John Martin Campbell
127 Physical condition, productivity and quality of nutrition of bighorn sheep in the Sun River area, Montana
Michael Frisina
128 A preliminary look at Dall ram horn growth in Alaska and its implications
Wayne Heimer and A. C. Smith

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