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WILD SHEEP FOUNDATION HONORS MISSOULA NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION LEADERS AND BC HUNTER-CONSERVATIONIST
RENO, NEV. The Bozeman, Montana based Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) has announced the winners of this year’s Outstanding Achievement Award are Hank and Kit Fischer of the National Wildlife Federation in Missoula, Montana. WSF also announced the post-humous conferral of its prestigious Gordon Eastman Grass Roots Award upon British Columbia hunter-conservationist David Marsh.
WILD SHEEP FOUNDATION INDUCTS NEW MEXICO WILD SHEEP BIOLOGIST INTO WALL OF FAME AND PRESENTS NEVADA WILDLIFE VETERINARIAN WITH STATE STATESMAN AWARD
RENO, NEV. The Bozeman, Montana based Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) has announced the induction of Dr. Eric Rominger to the WSF Wild Sheep Biologist’s Wall of Fame. WSF also conferred its 2017 State Statesman Award on Nevada Wildlife Veterinarian Dr. Peregrine “Peri” L. Wolff, DVM.
WILD SHEEP FOUNDATION EXPECTS TO RAISE & DIRECT $3 MILLION+ FOR WILD SHEEP CONSERVATION THROUGH SPECIAL PERMIT AND TAG AUCTIONS
BOZEMAN, MONT. The Bozeman, Mont., based Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) has announced that it expects to raise more than $3 million for state, provincial and tribal wild sheep conservation during the auctions of special conservation permits and tags at the foundation’s upcoming convention in Reno, Nevada.
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