I took the remote control and found a nature channel, where bighorn sheep collided against each other in alpine meadows.
Fort Sarpy was on the right bank of the Yellowstone, twenty-five miles above the mouth of the bighorn.
They had stumbled in the dark on the bedding-place of a flock of bighorn.
The Indians called this the bighorn, which agreed with the statement of the two trappers, of whom we had inquired.
"bighorn doesn't care for neighbors as you do, Peter," said she.
Mr. Campbell took command of his own boats, and the little squadrons were soon gliding down the bright current of the bighorn.
Most of all he was afraid of bighorn, for it was bighorn who captured him.
bighorn was angry when the strangers first came, but soon he became alarmed.
When the boys heard what Chipper said, they were playing they were bighorn and Chipper.
This was of the Colorado bighorn species, and at the time of measurement the owner had been dead about two months.