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Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 2 – 1980 – Salmon, Idaho

Page
Habitat Selection, Food Habits and Competition
Dr. James M. Peek
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18 Visibility: An Important Habitat Factor For an Indigenous, Low-Elevation Bighorn Herd in Colorado
Kenneth L. Risenhoover and James A. Bailey
29 Variation in bighorn Sheep Food Habits as Measured by Fecal Analysis
Allen Y. Cooperrider, Scott A. McCollough and James A. Bailey
42 Impact of Cattle Grazing on Bighorn Sheep Habitat at Trickle Mountain, Colorado
Scott A. McCollough, Allen Y. Cooperrider and James A. Bailey
60 Response of Bighorns to a Rest-Rotation Grazing Plan in Central Idaho
Walter L. Bodie and William O. Hickey
Re-introductions: Bighorns
William D. Wishart
70 Population Characteristics of Transplanted California Bighorn Sheep in Western North Dakota
Steven D. Fairaizl
90 Present Status of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep in Northeast Oregon
Victor L. Coggins
106 Re-introductions of Bighorn Sheep in Washington
Rolf L. Johnson
115 Population Characteristics, Movements, and Distribution Patterns of the Upper Rock Creek Bighorn Sheep.
Thomas W. Butts
143 A Study of a Recently Introduced Bighorn Sheep Herd
Wendy L. Haas and Eugene Decker
168 An Unsuccessful Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis canadensis) Transplant on the Middle Fork of the Powder River, Wyoming
Amber Jo Long
190 Bighorn Sheep in North-Central Colorado, Past, Present and Future
Nike J. Goodson
211 A System for Evaluating Potential Bighorn Sheep Transplant Sites in Northern New Mexico
Randall E. Grunigen
Diseases and Physical Abnormalities
Dr. E. Tom Thorne
229 A Minor Die-off of Bighorns from Pneumonia in Southern Alberta (1978)
W.D. Wishart, Jon Jorgenson and Monty Hilton
248 Treatment for Lungworms (Protostrongylus spp.) in Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep (Ovis C. canadensis)
With Albendazole. Bill Foreyt and Rolf Johnson
262 The Implications of Contagious Ecthyma in Bighorn Sheep
William R. Lance
270 Horn Deformities in Dall Rams
Manfred Hoefs
Management and Population Characteristics
Wayne E. Heimer
288 Can Population Quality be Related to Population Density Through Nutrition?
Wayne E. Heimer
310

Temporal Geographic Variation in the Lambing Season of Bighorn Sheep
Richard W. Thompson and Jack C. Turner

313 Mortality Patterns in a Bighorn Sheep Population
Shawn T. Stewart
332 Migration of the Beartooth-Rock Creek Bighorn Sheep Herd
Steve A. Martin and Shawn T. Stewart
355 A Summary of Dall Sheep Management in Alaska During 1979 -- (or how to cope with a monumental disaster)
Wayne E. Heimer
Mountain Goats
Lonn Kuck
382 Diets of Tame Mountain Goats and Bighorn Sheep in Colorado
Thomas V. Dailey
384 Cannon-Netting Mountain Goats
Michael J. Thompson and John J. McCarthy
388 Trapping and Transplanting Mountain Goats in British Columbia and Alberta
Daryll M. Hebert, William K. Hall and B. McLellan
403 A Population Perspective of Successful Mountain Goat Transplants
Richard J. Guenzel
459 Population Dynamics, Habitat Utilization, Recreational Impacts and Trapping of Introduced Rocky Mountain Goats in the Eagles Nest Wilderness Area, Colorado
Richard W. Thompson
465 Winter Habitat Selection and Group Size of Mountain Goats, Sheep Mountain - Gladstone Ridge, Colorado
Layne G. Adams and James A. Bailey
482 Preliminary Data on Mountain Goat Population Growth
John A. Youds, Daryll M. Hebert, William K. Hall and Ray A. Demarchi
520 Impacts of Hunting and Response to Five Year Hunting Closure on Idaho’s Pahsimeroi River Mountain Goat Herd
Lonn Kuck
523 Aerial Census and Classification of Mountain Goats in Alaska
Lymnan Nichols
Trapping Methods, Sheep
Marvin Hockley
590 The Evolution of Capturing Bighorns in Alberta
William D. Wishart, Kirby Smith, Jon Jorgenson and G. Lynch
601 The Usefulness of Rocket Nets for Dall Sheep Capture Compared With Other Capture Methods
Wayne E. Heimer, Stephen D. DuBois and David G. Kellyhouse
615 An Improved Radio-Control Device for Remotely Triggering Capture Equipment
David Johnson
Bibliography - Mountain Goat
624 Bibliography of North America's Mountain Goat (Oreamnos americanus)
Bryan R. Foster

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