Summer Convention

Join us in Cheyenne for our 40th!

Our 40th Annual Convention will be held at Little America in Cheyenne  beginning on Friday, June7 through Saturday evening, June 8, 2024.  Come rendezvous with old friends, bring the kids and spend a weekend of fun and entertainment with us.

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Winter Meeting

2023 Winter Meeting Update

Meet us at the National Museum of Military Vehicles on Friday, Dec 1, 2023 beginning at 6:30 PM for a fun reunion with your fellow members. We will be serving burger and brisket sliders with all of the trimmings. There will be an in depth update on the progress of the Whiskey Mountain plan in restoring Bighorns. Games, Raffles and a Silent Auction.

The NMMV is located at 6419 US Hwy 26 just a few miles south of Dubois.

Saturday morning begins with pastries, donuts, coffee and juice before enjoying a tour of the Museum. Lunch will be sandwhiches also served at the museum. In the afternoon choose between a tour  of the National Bighorn Sheep Center or a Sheep Viewing outing. Later plan on attending our member’s meeting before the banquet commences at 5:30. Enjoy a Rib Eye Steak dinner with all of the fixings.  During the evening we will unveil our Sweetwater Rocks Iniative Video as well as our NEW logo!  Play some games, raffles and the silent auction and have fun.

Come and help us celebrate our 40th anniversary!


A block of 38 rooms will be held at the Stagecoach Inn until Nov. 10, 2023. Single room – $85.00, Double room – $95.00. Contact Amy at (307) 455-2303.

Alternative lodging – Twin Pines – (307) 455-2600

Super 8 – (307) 274-3979

Black Bear Inn –  (307) 842-2315

 The Trails End –  (307) 455-2540

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Thorne/Williams WHMA in Sybille Canyon Volunteer Project

Hello WY-WSF Supporters,
A HUGE THANK YOU to everyone that came out for the WY-WSF Volunteer Day last Saturday at the Thorne/Williams WHMA in Sybille Canyon.
We worked alongside the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to help to remove the woven-wire boundary fence to assist in the conversion to a wildlife-friendly design. This is a project that the Wyoming Wild Sheep Foundation board and membership voted to fund this past June.
Thank you all for your hard work and dedication to bettering the habitat of Wyoming’s bighorn sheep herds.



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