I am planning my first sheep hunt for next year. One of my coworkers told me a good way to get info on areas to check out is to talk to a sheep biologist. I don't want to be the ***hole that calls the guy up and is like "hey man, where are all the sheep". I am sure they get that a lot. What kind of questions are good ones to bring up when talking to the biologists? Ultimately I would like some info on where to focus my efforts, but also what elevations to be looking for, and what kind of habitat makes for a good sheep country. Do you guys offer to get them any samples of your sheep? Things like blood, hair, stool, ect?