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Wild Sheep Foundation, Successful Reintroduction in the Tendoys
Bozeman, Montana. February 24, 2021. The Wild Sheep Foundation announced a cause for celebration as a new wild sheep population was reintroduced into Montana’s Tendoy Mountains.
2020 Year in Review
At the turn of the New Year, there was certainly a lot of sentiment around “goodbye 2020 and good riddance.” Understandable given the challenges we all faced. Still, for WSF and wild sheep conservation there were several milestones and success stories that took place as we all powered through this past year. Here are a few noteworthy headlines worth reflection as we roll our sleeves up for 2021.
1.11.21 MT Bighorn Restoration: We’re Going Back for More
This past December, the Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF), Montana WSF domestic sheep producers, and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (MTFWP) coordinated a several-year effort to reintroduce bighorn sheep into suitable habitats to establish new herds. Fifty bighorn sheep we helicopter captured in HD482, south of the Missouri Breaks, and safely released into the Little Belts Mountains.