I have spent a great deal of time around bighorn sheep but unfortunately haven't had the opportunity to watch and learn about dall sheep. Bighorns in the areas I have hiked "tend" to hangout on south facing ridgelines and slopes and are seldom found on north facing slopes. Obviously there are exceptions but for the most part this is true...especially in the fall and winter months.
I am curious if dall sheep are similar? I think a lot of it hinges on food, water, snow depth, etc. but I was wondering if there is a tendancy for rams to hang out on particular slopes? I imagine they may follow the snow line up and down certain slopes?
Many of the major drainages in the area I plan on going have major canyons running north and south. Would you expect more rams to be on the east or west side of these long, glaciated, deep canyons? Thanks for any advice!