Dall Sheep is a species of Sheep native to Northwestern North America. They are great climbers and able to travel tough angles on steep slopes. They eat a wide variety of plants. Their main predators are Wolves, Coyotes, Black Bears, and Grizzly Bears. Golden Eagles are predators of the young. Dall Sheep can be seen along the Alaska Highway at Muncho Lake and the Seward Highway South of Anchorage, Alaska.