WSF: Dall’s Sheep in Alaska
The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) today shared its concerns in a letter to the Alaska Board of Game (BOG) about the current management challenges the state faces in response to recent winter die-offs of Dall's sheep in several regions of Alaska. The BOG is meeting to discuss future management options on October 19th.
WSF Grants for Hands-on Wild Sheep Conservation
The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) has allocated over $1.22 million in conservation grants, most of which will be used to capture, test, GPS collar, and release nearly 600 wild sheep for its fiscal year 2022-23. Some of these captured sheep will be translocated to new habitats.
Welcomes Navajo Nation as New Affiliate
The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) welcomed the Navajo Nation Department of Fish and Wildlife as a new Affiliate.
"Our Chapters and Affiliates represent a driving force for wild sheep conservation efforts on the ground," said Gray N. Thornton, President and CEO of the Wild Sheep Foundation. "Having supported their youth hunting and wild sheep management programs for years, we are thrilled to be able to expand our relationship with the Navajo Nation Department of Fish & Wildlife as our newest Affiliate."