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This is the only club you'll want to join and get kicked out! WSF’s <1 Club membership is open ONLY to those aspiring sheep hunters who have not yet taken a North American or international wild sheep ram* AND are WSF members in good standing. An annual membership in the <1 Club is only $25. Members receive a <1 Club T-shirt and one (1) entry into the sheep hunt & gear package drawing.

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Bighorn sheep transplants may be spreading pathogens

Bighorn sheep transplants may be spreading pathogens

April 19, 2018

Bighorn sheep have had a hard time in many areas of Montana. Pathogens that can cause deadly pneumonia are the biggest problem. Research by MSU and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks scientists is showing that transplanting bighorns may have hurt the herds in some cases. The studies have shown that different groups may carry slightly different pathogens. If a sheep with a different pathogen is introduced, a herd might not have immunity. The findings are frustrating attempts to restore bighorns to more areas across the state. The exception seems to be bighorn sheep living in the Missouri Breaks. Those herds are doing extremely well. The studies are continuing and will hopefully provide some answers to a long-standing problem.

Wild Sheep Foundation's Response

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MAJOR SHOW DATES

MAJOR SHOW DATES

December 28, 2017

2018-2027 Major show dates.

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RECENT WILD SHEEP FOUNDATION NEWS


Bighorn sheep transplants may be spreading pathogens

Bighorn sheep transplants may be spreading pathogens

April 19, 2018

Bighorn sheep have had a hard time in many areas of Montana. Pathogens that can cause deadly pneumonia are the biggest problem. Research by MSU and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks scientists is showing that transplanting bighorns may have hurt the herds in some cases. The studies have shown that different groups may carry slightly different pathogens. If a sheep with a different pathogen is introduced, a herd might not have immunity. The findings are frustrating attempts to restore bighorns to more areas across the state. The exception seems to be bighorn sheep living in the Missouri Breaks. Those herds are doing extremely well. The studies are continuing and will hopefully provide some answers to a long-standing problem.

Wild Sheep Foundation's Response

Read On


UPCOMING WILD SHEEP EVENTS


MAJOR SHOW DATES

MAJOR SHOW DATES

December 28, 2017

2018-2027 Major show dates.

Details

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