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Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee Takes Action on Sportsmen’s Package
Bozeman, Montana – March 30, 2017: Bozeman, Montana based Wild Sheep Foundation, the international leader in the conservation and restoration of wild sheep, applauds action taken this morning by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. On a voice vote, the Senate E&NR Committee advanced S.733, a bipartisan sportsmen’s package, addressing many priorities for American hunters, anglers and recreational shooters.
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This is a fully guided hunt and includes transportation in the hunting area. The of personal gear. Amenities not-included are Government license/tag fee is $100. Government trophy fee of $400. Charter airfare of $1,700 to and from base not included. Gratuties to guides. This hunt is the first hunt of the 2019 season. Arctic Red River has been in business for over 20 years and has quality Dall’s sheep habitat. This area has produced exceptional trophy rams. The proceeds of this donation will benefit WSF’s “Take One - Put One Back” campaign to Put and Keep Wild Sheep on the Mountain.
UPDATE - Sheep In Montana – Domestic and Wild
On February 9-10, 2017, Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks (MFWP), Montana Woolgrowers Association, and Montana Wild Sheep Foundation hosted a symposium in Helena titled: “Sheep In Montana – Domestic and Wild: The State of Things and What We Know About Disease”.