Grand Teton National Park officials are accepting public comments through Jan. 6 on a proposal to cull or relocate an estimated 100 mountain goats that threaten the survival of the park's native bighorn sheep. The goats are descendants of mountain goats introduced near the park in the 1960s and '70s, and the bighorn sheep herd is one of the smallest and most isolated in Wyoming.
National Park Service considers options for protecting bighorn sheep
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