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Buford
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4/18/2019
Buford
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Summer is coming

Bighorn Sheep count 2019

Orientation June 22 (Mandatory for first time counters)
Checkin July 4th
Count dates of July 5-7th

I know a couple people on here regularly volunteer for the count. For anyone interested, see the attached signup sheet.

From a previous year:

edited by Buford on 4/19/2019

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dsefcik
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4/18/2019
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Thanks Buford....if anyone is interested, sign up and go to the orientation, there will be several new counting locations this year and there are sites available for all skill levels from park and sit to backpacking.

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Buford
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4/18/2019
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I noticed the new locations. I don’t know about Sentenac, but Agua Caliente sounds cool. I have seen lots of sheep near there the last couple years.

For those interested some past count reports:
http://www.anzaborrego.net/anzaborrego/forum/topic123-bighorn-sheep-count-.aspx

http://www.anzaborrego.net/anzaborrego/forum/topic578-bighorn-sheep-count-.aspx

http://www.anzaborrego.net/anzaborrego/forum/topic1074-sheep-count-.aspx

http://www.anzaborrego.net/anzaborrego/forum/topic1300--sheep-count-info.aspx
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ziphius
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4/19/2019
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Sent my form in this morning! See ya'll at orientation.
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4/19/2019
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I sent in mine also...I will not be counting RS Spring this year due to my back surgery but we have a more than qualified person to fill in for me. Will be curious to see how the new count sites work out.

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4/19/2019
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Daren, glad to hear you will have recovered enough to participate. smile
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4/19/2019
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ziphius wrote:
Daren, glad to hear you will have recovered enough to participate. smile
Thanks Jim...not sure where just yet...maybe the pup fish pond..?? Thumbs Up

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Buford
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4/19/2019
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I sent my form in as well. Always a good time to see the desert in the summer.
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4/20/2019
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dsefcik wrote:
ziphius wrote:
Daren, glad to hear you will have recovered enough to participate. smile
Thanks Jim...not sure where just yet...maybe the pup fish pond..?? Thumbs Up


Easy sheep man! Shaded bathrooms!
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4/20/2019
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dsefcik wrote:
I sent in mine also...I will not be counting RS Spring this year due to my back surgery but we have a more than qualified person to fill in for me. Will be curious to see how the new count sites work out.


Looks like we will be in Colorado around the time of the BHS count. Need to make it one year. Daren: Good luck with the back. Trick worked for me: Two tennis balls on the carpet floor. Roll back and forth. One ball each side of spine. Loosens the tight muscles up. Old Chiropractor told me this trick. Lots of Tumeric and fish oil also helped. Good luck with it and you will be backpacking again.
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4 days ago
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Reminder, anyone thinking of doing this should attend the orientation.

Some more pics from previous counts:









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