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Kinda cool--transplanted sheep.

Plain ol' Steve

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I'm afraid that they are not doing the sheep any favors. I am willing to bet that they are merely feeding the local cougar population. If they were smart about it they would have "removed" the cougars first.
 

snoopdogg

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I believe the Sierra Bighorn are federally protected and DFW went to work to secure that listingseveral years ago in order for them to be able to kill "problem" lions that are making an impact on this federally protected species. I do believe that's part of the tracking purposes as well.
 

sbrooks1985

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There was just an article about how they've had to go in an cull some cougars due to predation, forget what outlet it was through though. Something like half the original transplants got eaten in the first year.

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