Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta
To promote and enhance increasing populations of indigenous wild sheep in Alberta through the funding of programs that support responsible wildlife management, conservation education, youth involvement and the preservation of our hunting heritage.
WSFA Magazine
You must be a member of WSFA in order to receive the quarterly magazine upon publication. To be put on our mailing list, please complete our Membership Form and help us conserve and protect our wild sheep populations in Alberta.

2014 issues are posted here for your reading enjoyment.


"Together we can Ensure the Future of Wildlife"

Alberta News

Industry News
From time to time, we will post items of interest to our members and the general public. If you have something you would like to share here, please send us an e-mail.

We hope you will enjoy the articles that appear here.

Kathreen Ruckstuhl followed 'ram 706' from his birth to his death - March 2015

Cadomin Ram Makes Top 5 - June 2014
2014 Wild Sheep Foundation Convention Sets Net Proceeds Record!

Wildlife Officials Airlift Sheep To Manage Numbers - February 2012
New York hunter paid $300,000 for this year's Montana special auction license - February 2012

Wild Sheep Society calls for stiffer penalties for poachers in BC - December 2011
Wild Sheep Foundation Helps Reintroduce Desert Bighorns - December 2011
Big horned sheep hunters in crosshairs of B.C. conservation officers - December 2011
Pneumonia found in bighorn sheep near Corwin Springs - December 2011
Biologists use helicopter to collar sheep - December 2011
Big money bill could restrict bighorn management - November 2011
Pack goats prohibited in Shoshone National Forest to protect bighorn sheep - November 2011
Sheep plan spells trouble for bighorns - November 2011
Nevada Moves 235 Sheep! - October 2011
Bighorn sheep to be re-introduced to Virginia Range - October 2011
Vaccine for bighorn sheep still 10 years away - October 2011
Group tries to stop bighorn sheep rider - October 2011
Vaccine is no Silver Bullet for Big Horn Sheep - October 2011
Bighorn Sheep Dialogue, Idaho Public Television - October 2011
How Climate Change May Shrink Species - October 2011
Mingling populations will kill wild sheep - October 2011
Alberta Finance Minister says mining proposal should wait - January 2011
Wild Sheep Foundation to auction 33 special permits - January 2011

Pneumonia persisting in Anaconda Montana Bighorns - September 2010
Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Status Report - Summer 2010

Bighorn Sheep Transplant for Ram Mountain - Update - December 2005
Poachers take Banff Bighorn - November 2004
Bighorn Sheep Transplant for Ram Mountain - October 2004

News from the Wild Sheep Foundation

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March 25, 2017
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2014 Summer/Fall Issue

Bighorns spend their summers
high in the alpine zone on
grass-covered slopes.

Bighorns are the largest of all North American wild sheep. Adult rams weigh up to 135 kgs (300 pounds), but adult ewes are much smaller, averaging 70 kgs (150 lbs).

Bighorn sheep are brown to grayish brown in colour, with light underparts and an obvious, light rump patch. Muzzle is white.

Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta, Box 2639, Rocky Mountain House, AB T4T 1L6
Phone: 403-845-5544 ... Fax 403-845-5850 ... E-Mail: info@wsfab.org ... Website: www.wsfab.org