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From the Field
Wild Sheep Foundation News
August 15th 2016
Blue Mountain Lake, New York. August 15, 2016.
 
At the 2017 summer meeting of the American Wildlife Conservation Partners (AWCP), member organizations focused on advancing “Wildlife for the 21st Century (Volume V), a 28-page series of recommendations for the incoming Presidential administration to consider. Previous volumes were presented to President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama at the start of their respective administrations.
 
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Other News
July 20th 2016
MISSOULA, Mont. - At its 29th Big Game Awards held this past week at the Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World store in Springfield, Missouri, the Boone and Crockett Club put the future of conservation on center stage with its second Jack Steele Parker Generation Next banquet. The banquet honored young men and women 16 and under from across North America who, over the past three years, had taken a Boone and Crockett record-book animal.
 
"At our big game awards banquets we typically honor the animals, but this one is different," said Justin Spring, the Club’s director of Big Game Records.

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Other News
June 22nd 2016
Founded with collaboration between the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, the Wild Sheep Foundation and SITKA Gear, 2% for Conservation solves a critical shortfall in the funding of non-governmental conservation organizations by encouraging businesses to commit to giving back 1% of annual sales and to volunteer 1% of their time to conservation causes. 2% for Conservation is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to ensure the future of hunting and angling by creating an alliance of businesses and individuals committed to giving time and money to fish and wildlife conservation.

2% for Conservation certifies a businesses’ commitment through a stringent audit process. Upon successful certification, member businesses are permitted to use the 2% for Conservation logo in their marketing materials and packaging, giving customers confidence that the brands they love are truly...
From the Field
Wild Sheep Foundation News
June 16th 2016
Bozeman, Montana – June 16, 2016: In mid-April 2016, wildlife and fire resource staff on the Plains/Thompson Falls Ranger District of the Lolo National Forest burned approximately 550 acres of ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir stands near Priscilla Peak, above the Thompson River in northwestern Montana. Using funds provided by the Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) and Montana WSF, U.S. Forest Service personnel utilized a contracted heli-torch to ignite conifer-encroached slopes, to remove heavy shrub cover and dense seedling and sapling conifers, to improve habitat for bighorn sheep.

According to WSF Conservation Director Kevin Hurley, “bighorn sheep evolved in open, high-visibility habitats, with good sight distances, allowing detection of predators.” Hurley added, “reduction of shrub cover and thinning non-merchantable small diameter trees via burning...