Many of the world’s experts on thinhorn wild sheep will be gathered in Anchorage this week.
The Wild Sheep Foundation’s Thinhorn Sheep Summit II is April 10-12 at the Hotel Captain Cook and covers management plans being done especially in Canada and Alaska to foster the populations of primarily Dall sheep. Topics include population trends, impact of disease and predation, ongoing research, role of Alaska Native and Canadian First Nations in management as well as U.S. Federal management.
The Wild Sheep Foundation was founded in 1977, first as the Foundation of North American Sheep, to raise funds for and promote conservation of all the wild mountain sheep. Learn more at WildSheepFoundation.org.