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Grab your hiking poles and let’s have an adventure!

National Bighorn Sheep Center has partnered with Wyoming Native Plant Society to offer a botany hike specifically for our members!

Join Dubois’ favorite locals, Meredith Taylor and Lynn Stewart, for a wildflower hike in the East Fork area of Fremont County.  We hope phenology cooperates for a stunning display of bitterroot, but we may also have opportunities to check out blazing star, Prince’s plume, indian paintbrush, and others! This fairly easy uphill hike will reach an elevation of about 8,000′.

Please bring your lunch, water, sun protection, bug spray, and bear spray.

Register in advance by calling the National Bighorn Sheep Center at (307) 455-3429 or emailing us at [email protected]

Membership Benefits

All members receive 10% off admission and gift shop purchases

Additional benefits for membership levels…

Business: 6 “Big 4” Raffle Tickets for the Bighorn Bash

Partner: 12 “Big 4” Raffle Tickets for the Bighorn Bash

Patron’s Circle: Two Bighorn Bash dinner tickets

Summit Club: Four Bighorn Bash dinner tickets

Benefactor: Guided Wildlife Viewing Tour for up to 4 Guests

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