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Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep again roaming Great Western Divide

from National Parks Traveler

It took the help of a helicopter, but Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep are once again roaming the Great Western Divide that forms part of the border between Kings Canyon and Sequoia national parks. It's been a century at least since bighorns called the Divide home, according to a park release. Some were returned there in late March as 10 ewes and four rams were translocated from land in the Inyo National Forest to the Big Arroyo area of Sequoia National Park by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife in cooperation with the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. more


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