Black Hawaiian Sheep were first introduced to Hawai’i by Capt. Vancouver in the late 1700’s. Large populations exist in our upper elevation dry land forest and meadows. Mouflon Sheep are generally hunted in steeper open upland terrain and have excellent eye sight. Trophy Black Hawaiian and Mouflon rams sport horns in the 30″+ range.
Black Hawaiian Sheep and mouflon hybrid sheep live at high elevation on the slopes of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa volcanoes in some of the most beautiful upland forests that Hawaii has to offer. Sheep can be hunted with a rifle or archery equipment, using spot and stalk techniques.