Managing Disease Dynamics through Ewe/Lamb Hunts in Wyoming
A summary of why ewe/lamb hunts are used as a bighorn sheep management tool in Wyoming.
This award-winning film depicting the complexities of disease dynamics between bighorn and domestic sheep in British Columbia is an absolute must-watch.
Kissing The ‘Quieter Side’ Of The Tetons Goodbye?
Plans for the Grand Targhee Resort expansion continue progressing despite opposition from bighorn sheep advocates, backcountry ski groups, and local organizations. Teton County, Idaho Commissioner, Cindy Riegle voices her opposition.
In the Rockies, goats beat bighorn sheep
A wildlife researcher from Colorado State University, found that mountain goats displace bighorn sheep 95% of the time when there's conflict — and changing conditions continue to force them into conflict more frequently.
Opinion: Conservation and access priorities for Wyoming sportspeople
Several of Wyoming's hunting and conservation groups write a letter to the editor to inform Wyoming's decisionmakers of our conservation and access priorities.
Spring 2023 President’s Message
Thoughts and Updates from WY-WSF Board President, Zach McDermott. As we all move through life, we know we cannot go through it... Read More
Wyoming Game and Fish Wildlife Coordinator Doug McWhirter Retires
Congratulations to our friend and long-time life member, Doug McWhirter on 35 spectacular years with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. You have gone above and beyond in managing Wyoming's wildlife and your outstanding efforts for Wyoming's bighorn sheep will live forever. Hats off to you Doug!
Our Youth are All Winners!
At out annual convention in Lander, we recognize the youth in attendance. 13 year old, Lily Schank, was the grand prize winner. She will be going on a cow elk hunt this fall with Grizzly Outfitters, Cole & Elaine Benton.
Out-Of-State Hunter Pays $115k For Bighorn Sheep Hunting Tag At Lander Event
The Wyoming Governor's Bighorn Sheep Tag continues to bring in record funds for bighorn sheep management, research and conservation in Wyoming. The fifth and final tag sold at the Wyoming Wild Sheep Foundation banquet in Lander on June 3 & 4, 2022.
USDA Commits to Big Game Conservation Partnership with the State of Wyoming: Initial Investments Forthcoming
The USDA announced a new partnership program that uses diverse Farm Bill investments to support voluntary conservation of private working lands and migratory big game populations in Wyoming.