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7.27.21

Sheep Week® Back to Reno

The Wild Sheep Foundation's (WSF) today made it official. Its popular celebration of wild sheep conservation and hunting will be back to its home in Reno in 2022.
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WSF Volunteers – Black Hills Bighorn Habitat Improvement

7.26.21

WSF Volunteers – Black Hills Bighorn Habitat Improvement

Toiling under the hot mid-July sun, more than 25 bighorn sheep conservationists gathered July 17-18, 2021, in Custer State Park (CSP), in the Black Hills of South Dakota, for a volunteer project to improve bighorn sheep habitat. While no comparison can be made to the hordes of bikers/motorcyclists that descend on Sturgis, SD every year, our band of volunteers was every bit as intrepid and energetic as any Black Hills visitors would be. The weekend’s goals were to cut down 4-9” DBH Ponderosa Pine seedlings that have re-generated on two sites totaling more than 13 acres since the 2007 Four Mile Fire in CSP. 
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As Drought Mounts, So Does Dollars for Wild Sheep

7.20.21

As Drought Mounts, So Does Dollars for Wild Sheep

At the Wild Sheep Foundation's (WSF) 13th Chapter and Affiliate Summit in Lewistown, Idaho (June 25 & 26), a hat was passed to raise money to bring water to drought-inflicted bighorn sheep herds in southern Nevada and elsewhere in the southern Rockies. 
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