An endangered Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep runs into the Yosemite National Park wilderness late last week as part of a project to build up the population. The animal population is up to about 600 after dipping to 100 in the year 2000.
An endangered Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep runs into the Yosemite National Park wilderness late last week as part of a project to build up the population. The animal population is up to about 600 after dipping to 100 in the year 2000. Steve Bumgardner Yosemite Conservancy
An endangered Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep runs into the Yosemite National Park wilderness late last week as part of a project to build up the population. The animal population is up to about 600 after dipping to 100 in the year 2000. Steve Bumgardner Yosemite Conservancy

Bighorn sheep given new home in Yosemite

March 31, 2015 07:08 AM

UPDATED March 31, 2015 07:10 AM

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