1972
NWSC2

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Sheep and Goat Ecology and Reproduction
1 Mountain goat subpopulation in the Absaroka Range, south-central Montana
Nathan C. Varley
7 Variability in lifetime reproductive success of bighorn ewes
Marco Festa-Bianchet and Jon T. Jorgenson
11 Reproductive success of bighorn sheep in the peninsular ranges of California
Esther Rubin, Walter Boyce, and Charles Hayes
Predation
12 Mountain lion predation on bighorn sheep in the Peninsular Ranges of California
Walter Boyce, Esther Rubin, Charles Hayes, Steve Torres, and Mark Jorgensen
13 Cougar predation on bighorn sheep in southwestern Alberta
P. Ian Ross, Martin G. Jalkotzy, and Marco Festa-Bianchet
14 A new look at predator-prey interactions using a simple enzyme kinetic model
Wayne E. Heimer
Sheep Population Estimators, Habitat, and Movements
20 Comparison of mark-resight population size estimators for bighorn sheep in alpine and timbered habitats
Janet L. George, Michael W. Miller, Gary C. White, and Jack Vayhinger
26 An analysis of potential factors responsible for the decline in bighorns in the Tom Miner Basin
Kristin Legg, Lynn R. Irby, and Tom Lempke
35 Seasonal movements and habitat use of the Highland/Pioneer mountains bighorn sheep herd of southwest Montana
William J. Semmen
45 Establishment of altitudinal migration in a reintroduced bighorn sheep population
Nike J. Goodson, David R. Stevens, and Stephen King
Northern Wild Sheep Disease and Parasites
57 Parasite loads and their relationship to herd health in the Highlands bighorn sheep herd in southwestern Montana
Kerrie L. Hoar, David E. Worley, and Keith E. Aune
66 A 20-year health evaluation study of a healthy bighorn sheep population in northeastern Washington
William J. Foreyt, Steve Zender, and Rolf Johnson
72 Literature review regarding the compatibility between bighorn and domestic sheep
Kevin D. Martin, Tim Schommer, and Victor L. Coggins
78 Overview and preliminary analysis of a bighorn sheep dieoff, Hells Canyon 1995-96
E. Frances Cassirer, Lloyd E. Oldenburg, Victor L. Coggins, Pat Fowler, Karen Rudolph, David L. Hunter, and William J. Foreyt
Status and Management
87 Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep in Oregon, History and present status
Victor L. Coggins and Patrick E. Matthews
93 Social dominance, reproductive success and birth sex ratio in Rocky Mountain goats: A preliminary report
Steeve D. Cote and M. Festa-Bianchet
94 Preliminary results of using transplants to restock historically occupied mountain goat ranges
Jon T. Jorgenson and Richard Quinlan
109 Social combat: homology in mountain sheep dominance fighting and controversy in wildlife management
Wayne E. Heimer
113 Introductions of mountain goats in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem: They’re here to stay! Or are they?
Nathan C. Varley and John D. Varley
Prospects for Habitat and Population Restoration and Ecosystem Management
118 Application of a GIS-based bighorn sheep habitat model in Rocky Mountain Region National Parks
Patricia Y. Sweanor, Michelle Gudorf and Francis J. Singer
126 Unique aspects of the ecology of bighorn sheep occupying a clay hills-prairie environment in Badlands National Park
Michael E. Moses, Bruce Bessken, R. Scott Game, Steve Cordts, and Francis J. Singer
136 Using ecoregion planning and management boundaries to manage mountain sheep in the United States: Is it possible?
Raymond J. Boyd and Donald J. Armentrout
Workshop Reports
145 Workshop Foreword
Kevin Hurley
146 Dall sheep and mountain goat trapping and transplanting in ALASKA
Wayne E. Heimer and William A. Taylor, Jr
152 History of transplanting bighorn sheep and mountain goats – ALBERTA
Kirby G. Smith, J. Brad Stelfox and John G. Stelfox
156 History of transplanting mountain sheep – ARIZONA
Raymond Lee
158 History of transplanting mountain goats and mountain sheep – BRITISH COLUMBIA
Ian W. Hatter and Dan Blower
164 History of transplanting mountain goat – CALIFORNIA
Vernon C. Bleich, Steven G. Torres, John D. Wehausen, and Toby A. Swank
167 History of trapping and transplanting mountain goats and mountain sheep – COLORADO
John H. Ellenberger
172 History of transplanting mountain goats and sheep – IDAHO
Lloyd E. Oldenburg
176 History of transplanting mountain goats and mountain sheep – MONTANA
John J. McCarthy
182 History of transplanting mountain goats and mountain sheep – NEVADA
Patrick J. Cummings and Craig Stevenson
184 History of transplanting Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep – NEW MEXICO
Amy S. Fisher
186 History of transplanting mountain sheep – NORTH DAKOTA
James V. McKenzie
188 History of transplanting mountain goats and mountain sheep – NORTHWEST TERRITORIES
Alasdair M. Veitch
190 History of transplanting mountain goats and mountain sheep – OREGON
Victor L. Coggins, Patrick E. Matthews, Walt van Dyke
196 History of transplanting mountain goats and mountain sheep – SOUTH DAKOTA
Ted A. Benzon
198 History of transplanting mountain goats and mountain sheep – UTAH
Mike Welch
200 History of transplanting mountain goats and mountain sheep – WASHINGTON
Rolf Johnson
205 History of transplanting mountain goats and mountain sheep – WYOMING
Kevin P. Hurley
211 History of transplanting mountain goats and mountain sheep – YUKON
Jean Carey
Position Statement
212 Position statement of the IUCN/SSC Caprinae specialist group of the sale of “special” auction or raffle hunting permits for trophy males Marco Festa-Blanchet

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