1972
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Northern Wild Sheep Council 4 – 1976 – Jackson, Wyoming

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Physiology
1
9 Blood and Serum Chemistry Values of a Poudre River Bighorn Sheep Herd
R. B. Davies
14 Procedures and Preliminary Results of Research on Bio-energetics of Bighorn Sheep
R. W. Chappel and R. J. Hudson
22 Initial Investigations into the Reproductive Biology of the Desert Bighorn Ram, Ovis canadensis nelsoni, O. c. cremnobates
Jack C. Turner
Management
26
35 Treatment of Bighorn Sheep for Lungworm
Charles Hibler, Terry Spraker, and Robert L. Schmidt
40 The Sun River Bighorn Sheep Management Plan
G. L. Erickson and John J. McCarthy
56 A Successful Bighorn Sheep Reestablishment Program in Southwestern Idaho
Paul Hanna and Mike Rath
70 The Ram Mountain Orphan Lamb Experiment
William Wishart
81 Bighorn Sheep Resource Management in the Whiskey Mountain Area of Wyoming
M. Hockley
Disease and Parasitology
83 Lungworm infection in Montana Bighorn Sheep – A Re-examination
D. E. Worley, S. T. Stewart. T. Komberec, R. Stoneberg, J. Brown, K. Knoche, J. Firebaugh and R. B. Campbell
89 The Epizootology of Protostrongylosis in a Poudre River Bighorn Sheep Herd
John H. Ellenberger
95 Somatic Storage of Protostrongylus sp. Third Stage Larvae In Bighorn Sheep
John G. Wegrzyn, Carol J. Metzger and Charles P. Hibler
100 Populations and Diseases of Bighorn Sheep of the Canadian Rockies: A System Dynamics Approach
R. J. Hudson and J. G. Stelfox
113 Capture Myopathy in Bighorn Sheep
Terry Spraker
117 Muellerius capillaris Associated Pnneumonia in Captive Bighorn Sheep
J. C. DeMartini and R. B. Davies
Management
125 The Management, Care and Propagation of Captive North American Mountain Sheep
E. N. Lacey
131 Dall Ram Horn Growth and Population Quality: Management Significance
Wayne Heimer and A. C. Smith III
149 Some Thoughts and Observations on Harassment and Bighorn Sheep
Brian Horejsi
156 Cattle, Bighorn Sheep and the Challis E. I. S.
Loren D. Anderson

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