1972
NWSC2

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Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 1 - 1978 – Penticton, British Columbia

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Wild Sheep Management
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17 Evolution of Mountain Sheep Horn Curl Regulations in British Columbia
R. A. Demarchi
30 Alternate Year Reproduction in a Low Quality, Declining Dall Sheep Population: Management Considerations
W. E. Heimer
42 Some Thoughts on the Consequences of Non-trophy Sheep Hunting in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming
E. Tom Thorne, Tom Varcalli, Kurt Becker, and Gary B. Butler
52 Further Observations of Bighorn Sheep Non-trophy Seasons in Alberta and their Management Implications
Kirby G. Smith and William D. Wishart
74 Question Period
Thinhorn Sheep Management
77 The Probable Effects of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act on Dall Sheep Management in Alaska
W. E. Heimer
87 Forage Production and Utilization of a Dall Sheep Winter Range, Southwest Yukon Territory
M. Hoefs and V. C. Brink
106 Provincial Parks and Stone Sheep: Affinity Through Default
W. G. Hazelwood
113 Range Enhancement and Trophy Production in Stone Sheep
John P. Elliot
119 Question Period
Panel Discussion: Research Needs for Mountain Sheep
121 Chairman: D. S. Eastman
Alberta - W. Wishart
Colorado -R. E. Keiss
Alaska - W. E. Heimer
British Columbia - D. Shackleton
Mountain Goat Workshop
123 Status of the Mountain Goat (Oreamnos americanus) of the Similkameen River, British Columbia
J. N. Bone
131 Goat Management in the Kootenays
R. Jamieson
142 Goats and Their Management in Alberta
W. K. Hall and J. A. Bibaud
165 Initial Observations on a Tagged Mountain Goat Population in the Olympic Mountains
Victoria Stevens and Charles Driver
175 Status of the Introduced Mountain Goats in the Eagles Nest Wilderness Area, Colorado
Richard W. Thompson and Richard J. Guenzel
198 The Goats of Goat Mountain: Evaluation of a Proposal
D. M. Hatler
200 Horn Growth and Quality Management for Mountain Goats
Bryan R. Foster
227 A Systems Approach to Mountain Goat Management
Daryll M. Hebert
244 Question Period
Parasites, Disease, and Behaviour
248 Paratuberculosis (Johne’s Disease) in Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) and Rocky Mountain Goats (Oreamnos americanus) in Colorado
Elizabeth S. Williams, Gene G. Schoonveld, Terry R. Spraker, and Charles P. Hibler
261 Chronic Sinusitus and Osteonecrosis in Desert Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis nelsoni)
T. D. Bunch, T. R. Eccles
274 Activity Patterns of Captive California Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis californiana) at Penticton, B. C.
T. R. Eccles
293 Behavioural Development in Bighorn Sheep: A Comparison of Populations Inhabiting Desert and Northern Environments
J. Berger
317 Question Period
Range, Physiology, and Nutrition
320 Winter Habitat Preferences of Bighorn Sheep in the Mummy Range, Colorado
Timothy G. Baumann and David R. Stevens
331 Diet Preference of California Bighorn Sheep on Native Rangeland in South-central British Columbia
M. D. Pitt and B. M. Wikeem
342 Normal Metabolic Profiles of Lamb and Adult California Bighorn Sheep
R. Peterson and A. Bottrell
350 Comparison of Chromosome and Blood Constituents of Rocky Mountain and California Bighorn and Dall and Stone Thinhorn Sheep
A. Bottrell, B. Gordy, and R. Peterson
365 Blood Chemistry as an Indicator of Nutritional Condition in Bighorn Sheep
Daryll M. Hebert
388 Prediction of Energy Expenditures by Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep
R. W. Chappel and R. J. Hudson

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