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September 19, 2010

9/21/10 Update: From Glen Landrus, President WAFNAWS... The ram was radio-collared as part of the Hells Canyon Initiative which is a tri-state conservation effort involving state & federal agencies and conservation groups (state FNAWS chapters & the Wild Sheep Foundation) in Washington, Idaho & Oregon. Because the conservation effort is led by an individual from IDF&G, collars have an identification tag bearing IDF&G information. The ram in question was born and raised in the Asotin area and was never an Idaho "resident". The rams ancestry can be traced to transplants in the early 1990's from Hall Mtn in NE Washington and a later transplant from Spences Bridge, BC in 1997.

B&C Official Measurer, Kevin Vaughn sent in this photo a a ram reported to have been taken near Asotin, WA with a green score close to 200. He has concluded that the ram, with an Idaho tracking collar must have swam the Snake River to cross into Washington State. The Snake is the dividing line between states and both sides of the river hold sheep populations.

Ram has 17+ bases, 43+ horn lengths and was aged at 11 years.


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