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Key Pillars of our Education Program

We inspire, educate, and conserve through our exhibits, programs, and outreach with a commitment to wild sheep since 1993.

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Wyoming Science Curriculum Standards at the NBSC

If you are interested in learning about the Wyoming science curriculum standards that can be met using our lessons, activities, or materials, click WY science curriculum standards at the National Bighorn Sheep Center.

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Additional Resources

Bighorn Sheep Adaptations – Videos from NBSC:

Other Videos from NBSC:

Want to know the differences between wild sheep and goats? Watch this silly video to learn! Sheep and Goats from Parks Canada 

Videos About Pneumonia in Bighorn Sheep

  • Wild and Wool film – Bighorn sheep, an icon of the American West, battle to survive as contact with the infectious disease, Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae (M. ovi), carried by domestic sheep threaten these wild herds.
  • Running with the Herd – Biologist Jack Hogg has been studying a herd of wild bighorn sheep on Montana’s National Bison Range for more than 35 years. When Jack’s herd gets infected with a deadly form of pneumonia, he goes in search of answers.
  • Running with the Herd: The Recovery – Facing their own pandemic, a decimated Bighorn sheep population, featured in the 2018 NATURE short film “Running With The Herd,” begin their spectacular comeback
  • Wild Sheep in the West – In this recorded Instagram Live Show, the Wyoming Wildlife Federation interviews Kevin Hurley, a 40-year career wildlife biologist and current Vice-President of Conservation & Operations at the Wild Sheep Foundation. Kevin has been involved in all aspects of Bighorn sheep conservation, from transplants back in the 80’s to helping fund pathogen research with Bighorns now. This is a great overview of where populations of wild sheep used to be, how conservation has helped bring populations back significantly, what factors threaten sheep now, and what the average person can do to help.
  • Brittany Wagler, University of Wyoming, Dr. Kevin Monteith, Master’s thesis defense – Whiskey Basin Bighorn Herd – November 2022

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