A new video from Arizona Game and Fish shows a bighorn lamb playing in the Santa Catalina Mountains north of Tucson among a group of recently transplanted sheep.The video was taken Sunday by a Game and Fish biologist.Its mother, ewe #436, can be seen hidden in the brush near the lamb.The vid…
Two of 30 recently transplanted sheep have been killed.
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Arizona Game and Fish officials confirmed the kill Sunday.
The yearling is the first confirmed kill of sheep relocated last month to the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson.
State Game and Fish should be aggressively releasing information.
The number of bighorn sheep in the range now totals 42.
Another release of 16 is scheduled for today amid criticism from opponents.
The sheep were released in the foothills north of Tucson Thursday morning.
State agency rebuilding herd in mountains north of Tucson.
Wildlife agency rebuilding herd north of Tucson.
New group will be released near existing herd.
Twelve of the original 31 sheep transplanted are still alive.
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Wildlife officials plan capture and release in late November.
Hikers have been seen with dogs in banned areas.
Tentative plan to capture and relocate more sheep moves forward.