Can wild bighorns, domestic sheep coexist in Weminuche Wilderness?

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Can wild bighorns, domestic sheep coexist in Weminuche Wilderness?

Forest Service says it needs more data before making final decision on grazing
Sheep belonging to J. Paul Brown move down County Road 501 north of Bayfield in September. After a summer grazing in the high country, the sheep were returning to Brown’s ranch south of Ignacio.
Sheep belonging to J. Paul Brown of Ignacio move through the dry lake bed of Lemon Reservoir in late September, as he and his herders bring the sheep down from the high country after a summer of grazing.
While moving his sheep down County Road 501 north of Bayfield, J. Paul Brown always runs into people he knows. He and his herders were bringing sheep down from the high country after a summer of grazing.
One of J. Paul Brown’s sheep dogs keeps an eye out for any trouble as Brown moves his sheep down from the high country to his ranch south of Ignacio.
Sheep belonging to J. Paul Brown move down County Road 501 north of Bayfield in late September.
Sheep belonging to J. Paul Brown of Ignacio move through the dry lake bed of Lemon Reservoir in September, as he and his herders bring the sheep down from the high country after a summer of grazing.

Can wild bighorns, domestic sheep coexist in Weminuche Wilderness?

Sheep belonging to J. Paul Brown move down County Road 501 north of Bayfield in September. After a summer grazing in the high country, the sheep were returning to Brown’s ranch south of Ignacio.
Sheep belonging to J. Paul Brown of Ignacio move through the dry lake bed of Lemon Reservoir in late September, as he and his herders bring the sheep down from the high country after a summer of grazing.
While moving his sheep down County Road 501 north of Bayfield, J. Paul Brown always runs into people he knows. He and his herders were bringing sheep down from the high country after a summer of grazing.
One of J. Paul Brown’s sheep dogs keeps an eye out for any trouble as Brown moves his sheep down from the high country to his ranch south of Ignacio.
Sheep belonging to J. Paul Brown move down County Road 501 north of Bayfield in late September.
Sheep belonging to J. Paul Brown of Ignacio move through the dry lake bed of Lemon Reservoir in September, as he and his herders bring the sheep down from the high country after a summer of grazing.
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