|Subspecies:||O. d. stonei|
|Ovis dalli stonei|
The Stone sheep (or Stone's sheep), Ovis dalli stonei, is a more southern subspecies of Thinhorn sheep, Ovis dalli, a sheep native to northwestern North America, slate brown in colour with some white patches on the rump and inside of the hind legs, and having curved yellowish brown horns.
Stone's Sheep are primarily found in Northern British Columbia and can often be seen by travellers licking minerals along the side of the Alaska Highway in areas such as Summit Lake, Stone Mountain Provincial Park and Muncho Lake Provincial Park.
- Determining The Maturity Of Stone's Sheep Rams - Information for hunters on determining age and maturity of Stone's Sheep Rams.
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