Rebalancing Nature 

A look at the reintroduction of bighorn sheep to the Catalina Mountains

The helicopter lands easily on the concrete slab. Quickly, the team onboard carries the desert bighorn sheep to a stretcher. Blindfolded and entangled in a capture net, the sheep is moved to a nearby staging area. Many hands restrain the animal as…

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