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Native hunters hunt these sheep for subsistence. However, Stone’s sheep are not as popular as other species, because they are difficult to hunt and do not provide as much meat as larger arctic species such as caribou.
North central British Columbia northwest to south central Yukon
Moist mountain country with more than average snow and rainfall
Threatened but improving under government protection
Grasses, sedges and forbs when available; lichens and mosses in small quantities
Further information about this species may be found on the Animal Diversity Web page for Dall’s sheep.