Wild Sheep Foundation

About Wild Sheep Foundation

The Wild Sheep Foundation, formerly the Foundation for North American Wild Sheep (FNAWS,) was founded in 1977 by wild sheep conservationists and enthusiasts. WSF’s Mission is to enhance wild sheep populations, promote scientific wildlife management, and educate the public and youth on sustainable use and the conservation benefits of hunting while promoting the interests of the hunter. With a membership of more than 6,700 worldwide and a Chapter and Affiliate network in North America and Europe, WSF is the premier advocate for wild sheep, other mountain wildlife, their habitat, and their conservation. Since forming in 1977, the Wild Sheep Foundation and its chapters and affiliates have raised and expended more than $115 million on conservation, education and conservation advocacy programs in North America, Europe and Asia towards its Purpose to “Put and Keep Wild Sheep on the Mountain”™. These and other efforts have resulted in a three-fold increase in bighorn sheep populations in North America from their historic 1950-60s lows of ~25,000 to ~85,000 today. WSF, our Chapters and Affiliates and agencies partners are also working together to ensure thinhorn sheep thrive in their northern mountain realms for generations to enjoy.

Auctioneer's Auctions

The Sheep Show 2019The Sheep Show 2019(Wednesday)
Wild Sheep Foundation
Reno, Nevada, United States
2019 Feb 06 @ 19:00Auction Local Time (UTC-8 : PST)
2019 Feb 06 @ 19:00Pacific Time
The Sheep Show 2019The Sheep Show 2019(Thursday)
Wild Sheep Foundation
Reno, Nevada, United States
2019 Feb 07 @ 19:00Auction Local Time (UTC-8 : PST)
2019 Feb 07 @ 19:00Pacific Time
The Sheep Show 2019The Sheep Show 2019(Friday)
Wild Sheep Foundation
Reno, Nevada, United States
2019 Feb 08 @ 19:00Auction Local Time (UTC-8 : PST)
2019 Feb 08 @ 19:00Pacific Time
The Sheep Show 2019The Sheep Show 2019(Saturday)
Wild Sheep Foundation
Reno, Nevada, United States
2019 Feb 08 @ 19:00Auction Local Time (UTC-8 : PST)
2019 Feb 08 @ 19:00Pacific Time