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.
Become a Member
Becoming a member of Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta is an opportunity to be involved in a volunteer-run organization dedicated to the promotion and funding of sound wildlife 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.

Join Alberta's Wild Sheep Foundation today!Membership also includes being part of a group viewed as an on-the-ground organization that gets things done. As a result, we are now recognized as a high profile and credible organization.

We have become a major stakeholder in providing feedback, interaction and collaboration with government agencies and other organizations in dealing with wildlife management planning and other resource based initiatives and issues.

We need your support as a member. As our membership grows, so does our influence in determining the path taken in managing Alberta's resources.

As a member you will receive a quarterly newsletter; access to information regarding Bighorn Sheep in Alberta; be able to exchange ideas and experiences with others carrying a passion for wild sheep; and the opportunity to be involved in the selection of this organization's Board of Directors during elections held at our annual general meeting. Join today!

WSFA Bylaws (Revised March 10, 2006)

Life Members
The Wild Sheep Alberta Foundation extends sincere appreciation to our Life Members for their generosity and lifelong support of our organization and its programs. If you see any of these outstanding volunteers, please say 'thanks'!

Membership Fees
Annual Membership $30
Family Membership $50
3-Year Single Membership $75
Life Membership $500
Membership fees are in Canadian funds.

Print our Membership Form and mail cheque (payable to WSFA) to:

Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta
Box 2639
Rocky Mountain House, AB T4T 1A4

Click here to visit the Foundation for North American Wild Sheep website.
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PICTURES FROM THE 2010 YOUTH CAMP

WSFA is very proud to host Youth Hunter Sheep Camps. The summer camp is held at the Alford Lake Conservation Centre west of Caroline, Alberta.

Funds raised through our Hunt of a Lifetime raffle goes to this Summer Camp, as well as to the Northern Youth Mentorship Program.

Volunteer professional instructors teach kids skills such as fly fishing, firearm use and safety, field care of trophies, setting up camps, wilderness survival, and horsemanship.

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
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