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Phantom Hill Story Continued...

Later in the summer and fall, I saw the Phantoms ranging into the upper Sawtooth Valley. Fortunately, the sheep band in Headwaters canyon had several alert white guard dogs who chased the Phantoms off. Strong, healthy guard dogs are essential to protecting sheep. The sheep band should always be bedded close to the sheep wagon and herders at night. When the dogs bark, the herders can awake and take action. One effective way to scare away wolves is shooting off rounds into the air with a hunting rifle.

Peruvian brothers, Nick and Mario, pose at Spring Creek near Galena Lodge, after a summer spent in some of Idaho's roughest mountains.

PHOTO: Peruvian brothers, Nick and Mario, pose at Spring Creek near Galena Lodge, after a summer spent in some of Idaho's roughest mountains.




Phantom Hill Story & Photos Continue...
Shadowy Phantoms survive sheep invasion
 PART 1>   PART 2  PART 3  PART 4>   PART 5  PART 6  PART 7>   PART 8   PART 9  PART 10>   PART 11>

 

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