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AIR DATE: May 30, 2012

Bighorn sheep in Nevada are thriving. The species is doing so well that some are shipped to other parts of the country to replenish herds that were wiped out decades ago. What's the key to the success of the bighorn sheep in southern Nevada? We talk with Nevada Division of Wildlife biologist, Pat Cummings about why Nevada's bighorn sheep program is doing so well.
 
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