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Youth Outreach Shines at Sheep Show®

2.24.24

Youth Outreach Shines at Sheep Show®

"Exciting and inspiring the next generation." That's the rallying cry for The Wild Sheep Foundation's (WSF) Youth Wildlife Conservation Experience (YWCE). As part of WSF's Sheep Show® at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center, this outreach is impacting over 1,800 school-aged children through hands-on wildlife educational experiences.


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International Wild Sheep & Goat Conservation Moves Forward

2.22.24

International Wild Sheep & Goat Conservation Moves Forward

Central Asia's epic mountains and valleys are some of the most biodiverse places in the world for caprinae. This is truly a special place, from massive ibex and unusual saiga antelope to regal markhor and multiple species of argali, the planet's largest wild sheep. And it is home to a growing mountain wildlife conservation movement aided by the Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF).


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WSF addresses Conservation Permits before Arizona Game & Fish Commission

2.21.24

WSF addresses Conservation Permits before Arizona Game & Fish Commission

Wild sheep are special, and so is the way we fund their conservation and restoration. The Arizona Game and Fish Department has recently questioned whether the auction of the special big game license tags fits the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation.


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