The Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep is the provincial mammal of Alberta and the state animal of Colorado. Join the Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta to help with their preservation. 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.
Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta was started in 1999 and is a proud member of the National Wild Sheep Foundation. WSFA is a member-driven organization that connects hunting guides and outfitters, wildlife researchers, habitat conservationists, sportsmen and women, and the general public. Our two major fundraising events take place in the spring in the communities of Red Deer and Edson Alberta. With continued downsizing of government agencies, more onus is being placed on conservation organizations to initiate, manage and fund wildlife and habitat enhancement programs. Past issues of the WSFA newsletter are posted for your reading enjoyment. Check back often as we update our photo gallery on a regular basis. Becoming a member of Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta is an opportunity to be involved in an organization dedicated to the promotion and funding of sound wildlife management practices. Please note that in no way does WSFA necessarily endorse views and opinions expressed on these outside links, as those views are strictly those of the site owners. Your Board would like to hear from you, and listen to any suggestions or ideas you might want to run by them.
2017-2018 Board of Directors
If you want to know where your Board members stand regarding any issue or initiative WSFA is involved in, please contact any of the Directors. Your Board would like to hear from you, and listen to any suggestions or ideas you might want to run by them. We continue to talk and work together for Alberta hunters and Bighorn Sheep.

NOTE: For the email addresses below, where you see [at], please replace with @.

President Rob Kopecky Edmonton P: 780-371-4300
E: rak[at]
Vice President Pat Long Peace River P: 780-624-1208
C: 780-618-7861
F: 780-624-1269
E: pelong[at]
Treasurer Dave Craig Innisfail C: 403-357-8804
E: wsfatreasurer[at]
Secretary W. Frank Turner Cochrane P: 403-932-0522
C: 403-703-9110
E: fturner[at]
Past President Reg Prostebby Red Deer P: 403-896-6949
E: reg.prostebby[at]
Northern Director Steven Witiuk Sherwood Park P: 780-464-1450
C: 780-913-3802
E: ramwitiu[at]
Southern Director Rob Erickson Sundre P: 780-464-1450
C: 780-913-3802
E: scalpcreek[at]
Directors Darren Cooney Sylvan Lake P: 403-887-3927
C: 403-358-1385
E: darren.cooney[at]
Dallas Cota Red Deer P: 403-343-1673
C: 587-447-1469
E: dallascota[at]
Brian Hallock Rocky Mtn House P: 403-845-3815
C: 403-845-3816
E: brian.hallock[at]
Lee Martineau Calgary P: 403-669-8669
E: lostguidehunting[at]
Chris Maxwell Okotoks P: 403-589-2038
E: Chris_maxwell[at]
Ryan Powell Olds P: 587-796-0925
C: 587-377-3446
E: thepowellfamily4[at]
Darren Thomson Calgary C: 403-830-3958
E: blklabs[at]
Dominic Widdifield Calgary C: 403-803-3698
E: dominicwiddifield[at]
Director At-Large Steve Broadhead Redcliff P: 780-783-7822
E: sbroadhead[at]
John Tanghe Edson P: 780-723-6297
P: 780-723-0673
E: jwtanghe[at]
Christy Hallock   P: 403-845-3815
E: bchalock[at]
Brenda Erickson   P: 403-638-4105
E: scalpcreek[at]

The term of a number of current WSFA director positions will be ending in March 2018. Please click here for information on how to apply to sit on the Board.

The eyesight of bighorn sheep is acute; they can detect movement over a kilometer away.

Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta
IBC Business Centre
Phone: 403-845-5544
Fax: 403-845-5850

Box 2639
Rocky Mountain House
Alberta Canada T4T 1L6

104, 4804 47th Ave
Rocky Mountain House
Alberta Canada

Registered Charitable Organization
892819723 RR0001

Wanted - Grizzly Bear Sightings. Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta is helping coordinate recorded sightings of Grizzly bears in Alberta. Your cooperation in providing the following information will assist in developing a sound management plan for Alberta grizzlies.

In addition to our various fundraisers, WSFA is very proud to host Youth Hunter Sheep Camps since 2003.
Youth Hunter Sheep Camp Alford Lake near Caroline

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