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Wild Sheep 2008 Status Report. Kevin Hurley Cody Region Wildlife Management Coordinator Chair WAFWA Wild SheepWorking Group. Historic N =??. Winter 2007-2008 Estimated =~6,200. NWT is not a member of WAFWA.

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wild sheep 2008 status report

Wild Sheep 2008 Status Report

Kevin Hurley

Cody Region Wildlife Management Coordinator

Chair

WAFWA Wild SheepWorking Group

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Winter 2007-2008

Estimated =~6,200

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Wild Sheep estimates presented April 28, 2008 in Utah, during Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 16th Biennial Symposium

Desert BHS estimates taken from recent DBC Transactions/State Status Reports, e-mails, etc.

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AK: 50,400 – 64,300

~900 Rams/Year

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YK: 18,000 – 20,000

~250 Rams/Year

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NWT: 14,000-26,000

~240 Rams/Year

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BC: 300 – 400

<10 Rams/Year

Total: ~96,700

(82,700 – 110,700)

~1,400 Rams/Year

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BC: 10,000 – 14,500

~300 Rams/Year

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YK: ~4,000

60-80 Rams/Year

Total: ~16,500

14,000 - 18,500

<380 Rams/Year

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BC: 2,000–2,500

RMBS

~95 Rams/Year

2,400–3,300

CABHS

~85 Rams/Year

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AB: ~11,165 RMBS

(includes ~4,500 in National Parks)

~300+ Rams/Year

~100 Ewes/Year

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WA: ~270 RMBS

2-3 Rams/Year

~1,300 CABHS

20-25 Rams/Year

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OR: ~650 RMBS

10-12 Rams/Year

3,500–3,700 CABHS

~80 Rams/Year

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ID: ~2,500 RMBS

30–40 Rams/Year

~1,500 CABHS

10–15 Rams/Year

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MT: ~6,685 RMBS

~150 Rams/Year

150-180 Ewes/Year

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ND: ~300

3-4 Rams/Year

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NE: ~220 RMBS

1-2 Rams/Year

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WY: ~6,200 RMBS

~200 Rams/Year

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CO: ~7,000 RMBS

120-140 Rams/Year

40-60 Ewes/Year

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UT: 2,000 RMBS

20-25 Rams/Year

300-400 CABHS

~2 Rams/Year

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NM: 900+ RMBS

16-18 Rams/Year

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AZ: ~600 RMBS

10-12 Rams/Year

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NV: ~500 RMBS

7-9 Rams/Year

~1,700 CABHS

40-45 Rams/Year

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RMBS: ~42,000; ~1,000 Rams/Year

CABHS: ~11,000; ~240 Rams/Year

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NV: ~6,600 DBHS

120-140 Rams/Year

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CA: 4,000 DBHS

~20 Rams/Year

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AZ: ~4,000 DBHS

70-75 Rams/Year

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UT: ~3,000 DBHS

60-65 Rams/Year

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CO: ~320 DBHS

~4 Rams/Year

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NM: ~500 DBHS

~2 Rams/Year

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Total: 19,420

~300 Rams/Year

TX: 1,000+ DBHS

~12 Rams/Year

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~96,700; ~1,400 Rams/Year

~16,500; <380 Rams/Year

~42,000; ~1,000 Rams/Year (RMBS)

~11,000; ~240 Rams/Year (CABHS)

~19,420; ~300 Rams/Year

~185,620; ~3,320 Rams/Year

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