2024 Hunt of a Lifetime Is Here!

It’s Here!

Join Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta and Tuchodi River Outfitters for a remarkable stone sheep hunting adventure in northern British Columbia! Experience the thrill of pursuing one of the most challenging species in North America. Tuchodi’s guided remote mountain hunt offers an unparalleled hunting experience in BC’s prime stone sheep territory.

Prepare for a horseback hunt that tests your skills and endurance in Tuchodi’s 2100 square mile concession, known for its dense stone sheep population and exceptional genetics. This exclusive opportunity is not just a hunt, but an unforgettable adventure in the heart of British Columbia’s wild.

Why Enter?

  • Exclusive Opportunity: This hunt is more than just a tag; it’s an exclusive invitation to participate in a tradition that respects and honors the spirit of the wild.
  • Conservation at Its Core: By entering, you’re directly supporting WSFAB’s conservation projects, ensuring the future of Alberta’s wild sheep and their habitats for generations to come.
  • The Adventure: Gear up for an adventure that combines the thrill of the hunt with the beauty of Alberta’s untouched wilderness, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

2024 AGM & Bylaw Update

AGM Details

The annual general meeting (AGM) of the Wild Sheep Foundation of Alberta (WSFAB) will be held Friday March 1, at 1:00 p.m. The location is the BALLROOM at the Westin Calgary International Airport hotel. The AGM may run up to three hours in length.

Our AGM is open to any current member of the WSFAB. We will be checking in members and proxyholders upon arrival. Pursuant to Section 2.5 of our bylaws members, must be members in good standing at least 30 days prior to the date of the AGM to be able to cast a vote for the in the director elections.

The itinerary of the AGM will be:

  • President’s remarks from Matt Mellon;
  • A presentation of the prior year’s financials from Treasurer Cameron Ware;
  • An update on projects from Southern Director Mike Smith;
  • A discussion on the m.ovi breakout in 2023;
  • New bylaw vote;
  • Executive elections;
  • Director elections;


The board of directors is proposing to replace the current bylaws of WSFAB with the bylaws which have been sent out with this notice. The re-draft of the bylaws is intended to simplify the bylaws and remove any unnecessary, cumbersome, or confusing provisions. The new bylaws otherwise maintain the spirit and intent of the original bylaws.

The new bylaws will be voted on as a whole and will not be able to be amended in the meeting or voted in in part. If you have any questions on the new bylaws please feel free to email James Bartlett at [email protected] anytime between now and the AGM. The bylaws need to be approved by 75% of the members in attendance, otherwise the resolution will fail and the current bylaws will remain in place.

The proposed bylaws can be reviewed here.


Two executive positions are open for election – the Secretary and the President. In accordance with our bylaws, only persons who have been a director for at least one year prior to the election may run for an executive position. Current directors who are seeking an executive position will be given 2 minutes to introduce themselves and give any remarks they feel appropriate. If there is only one person running for a position, the position will be acclaimed and there will be no election.

Five director positions are open for election. Anyone who is interested in running for a director position is encouraged to email an expression of interest to [email protected]. We will also accept nominations from the floor day of, as we have done in the past. Before the election each person seeking a director position will be given 2 minutes to introduce themselves and give any remarks they feel appropriate.

If a current director is elected to an executive position and thereby vacates his or her non-executive director position, another open director position will become available.

Proxy Voting

If you are unable to attend the AGM, but wish to appoint a proxyholder to vote in your stead you may do so by nominating the proxy holder through the completion of this online form.

Proxies must be received 48 hours before the meeting.


If you have any questions about the AGM generally please feel free to email [email protected]

Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta’s 2024 Bighorn Banquet

This year marks a special milestone for the Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta as we celebrate our 25th anniversary at the 2024 Bighorn Banquet! As a community committed to conservation, this event is your opportunity to contribute to a cause that ensures the sustainability and growth of Alberta’s bighorn sheep and their habitats.

Join us in commemorating a quarter-century of dedication to wildlife conservation and the enduring spirit of responsible Stewardship!

If you require a hotel room during the event, we’re pleased to offer you a discounted rate at our partner hotel. To access this exclusive discount, simply book your stay through the link provided.


Friday, March 1st

  • 25th Annual General Meeting
    Time: 1:00PM
    Begin the event with our Annual General Meeting. It’s a crucial time for engaging in meaningful discussions about the current state and future of our Bighorn Sheep populations. This meeting will set strategic planning for 2024/2025, along with the election for our Board of Directors.
  • Exclusive Sponsor VIP Event (Invite Only)
    Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
    A special event for our sponsors. Details are top secret, so stay tuned.
  • Friday Night Social
    Time: 7:30 PM – 11:30 PM
    Let loose at our social event of the year! Remember to bring your running shoes and stretchy Wranglers.

Saturday, March 2nd

  • Life Members Brunch
    Time: 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM
    A gathering dedicated to our life members, offering a chance to connect and share stories in a relaxed atmosphere.
  • Vendor Market
    Time: 12:00 PM – 8:30 PM
    Explore and enjoy a range of products and services from our supporting vendors, all related to wildlife and the outdoors.
  • Seminars
    Time: 11:00 PM – 3:00 PM
    Engage with a series of informative and enlightening seminars, with topics and speakers to be announced soon.
  • Gala Dinner
    Time: Doors Open at 5:00 PM, Dinner at 6:30 PM
    Dine in elegance and celebrate our collective achievements in wildlife conservation.
  • Live Auction
    Time: 8:30 PM
    The highlight of the evening, featuring a live auction with unique items and experiences up for grabs.

We’re excited to have you join us for this significant event, where our passion for Alberta’s wildlife shines brightest. Together, let’s make a lasting impact for Alberta’s bighorn sheep and the wild spaces they inhabit.


Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta was started in 1999, and is a proud member of Wild Sheep Foundation (National). We are a volunteer run organization dedicated to the promotion and funding of sound wildlife and habitat management practices necessary to maintain viable Bighorn Sheep populations in our province, and ensure the preservation of our hunting heritage for today’s youth and tomorrow’s hunters.

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