WSF Concludes Third Thinhorn Summit
The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) recently concluded hosting its third summit in the past decade focused on Dall's and Stone's sheep conservation. The first two summits were held in 2014 and 2017 in British Columbia and Alaska, respectively. This year's gathering was in Whitehorse, Yukon and welcomed over 110 participants with 25 others joining via Zoom.
Vail, CO: Bighorn Habitat Wins Over Housing Development
On behalf of the Wild Sheep Foundation and our 10,000+ members, our 38 chapters and affiliate chapters and their 20,000+ member, and countless wild sheep enthusiasts across North America, we are in support of Resolution No. 22 and using the power of eminent domain to block this housing development. We are opposed to this development on the proposed site because it will mark the begin of the end of Colorado's Gore Range bighorn sheep herd.
S.H.E.E.P., Kids, and Longbeards
The Wild Sheep Foundation and its Shooting, Hunting & Ethics Education Program (S.H.E.E.P.) took part in helping with the Graveyard Outdoors youth turkey hunt near Washington, Indiana, on the weekend of April 23-24th. In its fifth year of putting together a youth collaboration alongside Indiana’s two-day youth hunt, the Graveyard Outdoors organization put on an amazing, wild turkey experience for kids.