Ovis dalli stonei
Distribution: Northern British Columbia north of the Peace River, extending northward into the southern Yukon Territory.
Description: Shoulder height about 40 inches (103 cm). Weight 180-220 pounds (80-100 kg). A handsome sheep, with individuals varying greatly in color and pattern, ranging from almost white in the north to nearly black in southern areas. The head is slightly lighter in color, the mussel, belly, backs of the legs and rump are white. The tail is black. The horns are larger and darker colored than in Dall sheep with more clearly defined age rings.
CITES: Not listed.