A basic disagreement between Big Wildlife and holistic thinkers like Aldo Leopold is whether multiple species compete with each other or compliment each other.
Another is whether predators like wolves, lions, coyotes & bobcats harm prey species, or, as Aldo Leopold observed, benefit them by getting rid of sick animals and keeping populations under control.
Most of the species, and all of the predators pictured below are under attack on the mistaken theory they hurt native animals and plants. In addition to encouraging all these animals, we are running 500 heifers this winter, “mowing” the excess grass and other forage left by wildlife.
17 Draw Windmill (desert): Elk, mule deer, pronghorn
2-Section Rim: Elk, mule deer, javelina, coyotes
Bull Pasture (desert): Mule deer, elk
Box Canyon Rim: Pronghorn, mule deer, llamas, bighorn rams
Bezos Rim (mountains): Mule deer, cattle herd, bighorn
Diablo Peak (highest point on Circle Ranch at 6,500 feet): Bighorn, mule deer, aoudad, fox
2-Section: Elk, mule deer, javelina
Lobo Tank (desert): Elk, mule deer, javelina
(Escarpment rim above ) Indian Cave: Javelina, wild burros, pronghorn, road runner, blue quail, mule deer
West Rim: Circle Ranch remuda, burros, alpaca, wild burros, pronghorn:
Sheep Tank: Llamas, mule deer, quail, pronghorn
Wood Canyon: Mule deer, elk, bighorn
Tres Papalotes: Llamas, mule deer, fox