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“We found that sheep completely avoided where skiers go, even if those places were suitable bighorn sheep habitat,” she says.
So that we continue to have grizzly bears and moose and bighorn sheep, as well as the ability to come to the park and see those and derive inspiration and joy.
As the highest road in Oregon climbs Steens’s lush slopes, you may spot bighorn sheep, wild horses, and antelope.
Take your time viewing the glaciers, then continue to the open meadows to spy bighorn sheep.
You might spot ringtail cats, javelinas, coatimundis, bighorn sheep, and over 200 species of birds.
I took the remote control and found a nature channel, where bighorn sheep collided against each other in alpine meadows.
And they made a great noise when Bighorn said, “You will soon be very good trappers.”
But Chipper was a bright young man, and he found a way of using a spear-noose so that he could throw as well as Bighorn.
Bighorn, who was still the leader, sent Little-bear to watch where the trail crossed the hills.
And when Bighorn nodded his head, Fleetfoot told the people the story of how he and Flaker had worked and played together.
We had a great feast in the evening—roast bighorn ribs, broiled trout, a quantity of blueberries, and so on.Blackfeet Tales of Glacier National Park|James Willard Schultz