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Wild Sheep Foundation Joins CarbonTV

July 9, 2024

BOZEMAN, MT. — The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) has recently joined the outdoor streaming platform CarbonTV.

CarbonTV is the top streaming video platform for the outdoors, offering diverse content for hunters, anglers, recreational shooters, or anyone who enjoys wildlife and the outdoors. 

“Wild sheep are special, and so is the opportunity to see and film them in the wild,” said Keith Balfourd, Director of Marketing and Communications for WSF. “The opportunity to hunt a wild sheep ram can be a life-changing experience. We’re fortunate to have many passionate partners who produce amazing videos and films, plus our Sheep Fever podcast. Sharing all this great content we’ve accumulated has been our goal for several years, and CarbonTV was the perfect fit.”

CarbonTV offers episodes, LIVE cams, podcasts, and short films. Their mission is to provide the best quality content covering the widest range of topics to the outdoor enthusiast, from hunting to fishing to cooking and survival. The platform is committed to providing a service that viewers, content producers, and advertisers use and trust to deliver best-in-class streaming.
"We’re thrilled and honored to welcome the Wild Sheep Foundation to our network,” said Julie McQueen, CEO of CarbonTV. “Their dedication to conservation and outdoor education aligns perfectly with our mission to inspire and educate audiences worldwide. Together, we look forward to sharing their impactful initiatives and stories that celebrate wildlife and preserve our natural heritage."
You can find the Wild Sheep Foundation page on CarbonTV at this link.

The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF), based in Bozeman, Mont., was founded in 1977 by sportsmen and other wild sheep conservationists. WSF is the premier advocate for wild sheep, having raised and expended more than $145 million, positively impacting these species through population and habitat enhancements, research and education, and conservation advocacy programs in North America, Europe, and Asia to “Put and Keep Wild Sheep On the Mountain®”. In North America, these and other efforts have increased bighorn sheep populations from historic lows in the 1950s-60s of 25,000 to more than 85,000 today. WSF has a membership of more than 10,000 worldwide.

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