Ovis dalli dalli
Distribution: Most of Alaska’s mountain ranges; the extreme northwestern corner of British Columbia; the northern and western Yukon Territory; and the Mackenzie Mountains in the Northwestern Territories.
Description: Shoulder height about 38 inches (97 cm). Weight about 180 pounds (82 kg). Somewhat smaller and slimmer than the Stone sheep. The color is pure white, with amber hoofs and horns. The horns are slimmer than in other North American sheep, more triangular in cross section. The typical male has horns that flare outward at the tips after making a full curl.
CITES: Not listed.