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Visitors often drive to see roaming buffalo, elk and bighorn sheep, and the park hosts the annual buffalo roundup.
Wandering, lovestruck rams GPS collars provide an interesting glimpse into the lives of bighorn sheep.
Up the thrill level with white-water rafting; Adrift Adventures offers trips for kids as young as 4, who will love spotting the bighorn sheep.
The growing population of wolves in Eastern Washington state does not appear to be hurting the populations of deer, elk, moose and bighorn sheep, according to a report issued last week by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Also common is the argali (Ovis ammon ammon), the giant cousin of the American bighorn sheep.
Wolves in Oregon hunt deer, elk, bighorn sheep and goats, but also can target livestock and are loathed by many livestock owners.
In Arizona Lundgren has even watched wild burros—whose ancestors hail from North Africa—dig water holes that are then used by coyotes, javelinas, bighorn sheep, and plants.
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