Bighorn Sheep Disease Research


Epizootic Pneumonia of Bighorn Sheep following Experimental Exposure to Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae 2014

Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Pneumonia in Bighorn Sheep 2013

Bighorn Sheep Pneumonia - Sorting out the cause. 2013

Risk Analysis of Disease Transmission Between Domestic Sheep and Goats and Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. 2012

Domestic sheep, bighorn sheep, and respiratory disease:a review of the experimental evidence. 2011

Transmission of Mannhemia Haemolytica From Domestic Sheep (Ovis Aries) To Bighorn Sheep (Ovis Canadensis): Unequivocal Demonstration With Green Fluorscent Protein-Tagged Organism. 2010

WAFWA Wild Sheep Working Group Summary: Winter 2009-2010 Bighorn Sheep Die-offs (3/16/10). Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies.

Summary on 9 Bighorn Sheep Die-offs in 5 Western States: Winter 2009-10 (June 22, 2010). Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies

Epidemic Pasteurellosis In A Bighorn Sheep Population Coinciding With The Appearance Of A Domestic Sheep. 2008

Transmission of Pasteurella haemolytica between domestic sheep and a free-ranging bighorn ewe. 2008

A Review of Disease Related Conflicts Between Domestic Sheep and Goats and Bighorn Sheep. 2008

Sharing of Pasteurella spp. Between Free-ranging Bighorn Sheep and Feral Goats. 2003

Ecological correlates of pneumonia epizootics in bighorn sheep herds. 2001

Pasteurella spp. in Sympatric Bighorn and Domestic Sheep. 1997

Literature Review Regarding the Compatability Between Bighorn and Domestic Sheep. 1996

Experimental Contact Transmission of Pasteurella Haemolytica From Clinically Normal Domestic Sheep Causing Pneumonia In Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. 1988

Effects of domestic sheep grazing on bighorn sheep populations: A review. 1982

Pneumonia in Bighorn Sheep: Effects on Populations. 1981 Research continues to document a strong correlation between fatal respiratory disease outbreaks in Bighorn Sheep populations with domestic sheep grazing on public lands. As early as 1981 domestic sheep have been recognized as a significant threat to native Bighorn Sheep. Read more ... This research provides a compelling argument for removing domestic sheep from public lands that are home to Bighorn Sheep.

Bighorn Sheep Disease Research Consortium

Please see Tristan Howards website for exhaustive coverage of Disease Transmission From Domestic Sheep To Bighorn Sheep

Comparison of Wild-Domestic Sheep Interaction Policies in Bighorn Disease Outbreak Locations in the Continental U.S., 1990-2010 2013




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