It looked like the opening of the television show "M*A*S*H" —a helicopter flying over a mountainscape carrying a passenger in need of care.
Personnel run out to meet the chopper, grab the patient and get to work.
But this is in West Texas at the Elephant Mountain Wildlife Management Area, and the patients are desert bighorn sheep.
“This is why I got into this business in the first place. It's landscape-level conservation is what it is,” said Mike Hill, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Fort Davis Regional Director.