Bighorn sheep restoration efforts are threatened by the transmission of diseases from domestic livestock. Photo courtesy NPS.Gov
Spring break is over and new episodes of the hit TV show “MeatEater” have returned to the Sportsman Channel on Sunday nights. That also means a brand new segment of “TRCP’s Conservation Field Notes” featuring Steven Rinella is ready to watch now!
This innovative online series takes you into the field with Steven to discuss key conservation elements related to his hunts. In this episode, he addresses concerns about bighorn sheep populations in light of recent exotic and invasive species introductions within the bighorn's native range.
Be sure to tune in Sundays at 9 p.m. E/P on the Sportsman Channel to catch the latest episode of Rinella's TV show, "MeatEater." In this week's episode, Steven travels deep into the Texas backcountry for a "spot and stalk" hunt of the elusive Aoudad sheep.
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