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We cordially invite you to the…
30th Annual Bighorn Bash
Saturday, November 4th 2023

National Museum of Military Vehicles – Poolaw Building
6419 US-26, Dubois, WY 82513

Doors open at 5:00PM
Cash Bar Opens: 5:00PM
Dinner: 6:30PM catered by The Canteen
Live Auction: 7:30PM
Silent Auction Concludes: 8:30PM

Please call 307.455.3429 for dinner tickets and reservations.

Dinner catered by The Canteen
$60/plate to support conservation education.
Tables for six – $360
Tables for eight – $480

Ribeye carving station, mashed potato or baked potato, asparagus, tossed green salad, dinner rolls, New York Cheesecake with chocolate and strawberry drizzle.

Vegetarian Option: Black bean and rice stuffed pepper. Mashed potato with Cream Gravy or baked potato, asparagus, tossed green salad, dinner roll, peach and berry tart.

Lodging – please book your rooms at a discounted rate with the Stagecoach Inn and Suites in Dubois. The single queen room rate is $80.10 plus tax pernight and the double queen room rate is $89.10 plus tax per night. Please make your reservations through the Stagecoach Inn and Suites at 307-455-2303.

“Big 4” Raffle Tickets
$25/each or 5/$100
Dinner and Raffle Tickets can be purchased in-person at the Center or by calling us at 307-455-3429.


This is Wind River Float Trip’s most popular excursion. It is a beauty-filled, 2-hour scenic float trip, beginning at the boundary of the Wind River Reservation, at the confluence of the Big Wind River and the East Fork of the Wind River, taking out at the Wilderness Road Bridge (Dinwoody Bridge). Season – June 1 – Labor Day Weekend (water conditions permitting). $900 Value. Contact Amy: 307.455.2451


B.1.2 Binoculars – $1,000 Value.

The B.1.2 is an updated version of our popular flagship B.1 Binocular. We took the best features of a classic and improved upon our original binocular design with a wider field of view, improved coatings, a larger, wider Schmidt-Pechan prism, and packaged it in a lighter, more compact build that boasts excellent light transmission. This binocular is our recommended go-to for an all-purpose optic for hunting, birding, and general-purpose wildlife viewing. Made to handle most situations, the B.1.2 features superior low-light performance, tack-sharp edge-to-edge clarity, generous depth of field, and a silky focus mechanism.

The Maven B Series represents our elite line of optics, designed to fit your specific needs, delivered for a fraction of comparable binoculars’ cost, and stacks up with the most celebrated and expensive binoculars in the world. Our modern sportsman-inspired designs paired with the best available materials and state-of-the-art technology, create an uncompromising optic.

Includes neoprene neck strap, lens caps, and double-layered microfiber storage bag. $1,000 Value.


Weatherby – Model and Caliber To Be Determined — Weatherby, Inc., is an American gun manufacturer founded in 1945 by Roy Weatherby. $1,500 Value.


View and photograph some of the World’s largest Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep at Wild Horse Island.

Wild Horse Island (2,164 acres) is located in Flathead Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Montana. It is only accessible by boat. The current world record Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep came from the island in 2018, scoring 216 3/8 BC. A replica is on display at the National Bighorn Sheep Center.

Two people (additional may be possible) will be taken by boat to Wild Horse Island by Jim Weatherly, past President of the Montana Wild Sheep Foundation. You will be dropped off for a day of viewing and photographing bighorns and other wildlife. Opportunities for viewing will likely be less than 100 yards.

Lodging and Transportation – You will have to provide for your own lodging and transportation to the site.

Trip Dates – you will need to book your trip between June 15 and October 1, 2024. Trip coordinator – Steve Kilpatrick (307) 413-7249. $2,250 Value.

At the National Bighorn Sheep Center, our mission is to provide education and outreach for the national conservation of wild sheep, wildlife, and wild lands. Since 1993, we have opened our museum doors to teach the North American Model of conservation, the decline of wild sheep in North America and successful recovery programs, and the importance of the hunter and angler within wildlife recovery and management efforts. We host both youth programs and adult programs. We change “Conservation” from a concept to a value for nearly 20,000 individuals each year. In November each year, we host our annual Bighorn Bash for Dubois locals and national supporters. This fundraiser is responsible for providing roughly 30% of our yearly operating income.

Thank you, sponsors…

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