Ovis canadensis nelsoni Borrego cimarron (Sp), Nuslen Dickhornschaf (G), Mouflon du desert (F). The subspecific name was given in 1897 for American naturalist E. W. Nelson. DESCRIPTION (male) Shoulder height about 36 inches (90 cm). Weight 150-170 pounds (68-77 kg). Females are about 60 percent as large as males.
Essentially, the desert sheep is a bighorn that has adapted to a hot, arid environment with limited forage and water. It is Continue reading Species of the Week – Nelson Desert Bighorn Sheep→
Editor’s Note: With input from our chapters to the north we have added letters to Air Canada and WestJet. Please take a moment and send a letter to these airlines and show your support of Canadian hunters!
One of the many casualties of the most recent outcry by self proclaimed animal rights defenders is the decision by domestic airlines Delta, United and American to ban shipment of legally taken hunting trophies. Perhaps most disappointing is
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As the cold, brisk wind ripped the wrinkles from my frozen face, Gonzalo placed the backpack on a large boulder and asked, “Can you see them?” Heck no I couldn’t see them; I couldn’t even see the gun resting on the pack! The strong gusting winds had Continue reading The South American Project→