Report shows federal program killed 20,604 animals in Wyoming in 2017.
This photo of a sheep herder in Natrona County was taken in May 1936, by Arthur Rothstein, who was part of the Photo Unit of the Historical Section of the Resettlement Administration.
The American sheep industry says a move by the Department of Labor to increase wages and living conditions for foreign sheepherders will kill the industry.
Backcountry recreation reduces winter range for a unique herd of bighorn sheep that lives year-round in the Tetons.
Sheep at dawn…
Curious sheep check out a ground-level camera as the sun rises. (WyoFile Flickr group photo by Yathin)