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Not only did you help us reach our initial goal, but you've helped us get closer to our other conservation efforts!
This means more children will be able to learn about habitat management and wild lands.
More resources will be available for educators.
More people will be participating in Citizen Science Projects.
More of our wildlife will be able to thrive.
Your support is making an impact for future generations of conservationists!
Camp Bighorn is filled with educational and physical activities for youth ages 8-12 years. Our camp is designed to inspire and educate our youth about bighorn sheep and their habitat. From a trek to the top of Torrey Rim, to looking at riparian macro invertebrates in Torrey Creek to an exploration of local ecosystems and habitat management, youth participants dive in deep to explore the home to the Whiskey Mountain herd of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.
Huge congratulations to WY-WSF Life Member Brett Montgomery on harvesting this bruiser from HA-2 in the northern Absarokas this year.
➡Swap hunting stories in person at our Winter Meeting in Laramie Dec. 3-4th! Details at https://www.wyomingwildsheep.org/events.asp
Join us for our Winter Meeting in Laramie Dec. 3-4th! During this fun weekend, you’ll get updates on the projects WY-WSF has funded, see photos of this year’s harvested rams, tour the WGFD Sybille Canyon Research Center, hear from biologists, and most importantly, spend a little time catching up with WY-WSF folks.
For a full schedule and details on discounted rates at the Hilton Garden Inn, visit https://www.wyomingwildsheep.org/events.asp