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When: August 2023 from 9AM – 4PM

Where: Whiskey Mountain Conservation Camp, Dubois, Wyoming

What: 4-days of educational and physical activities. Field journaling, wild edible and medicinal plant ethnobotany, wildlife art, water ecology, petroglyph exploration, fly fishing, kayaking and much more!

Cost: $350 per child (Scholarships Available)

Price includes: Catered meals – All activities – Nurse on site – Wildlife Tours – Educators with over 20 years experience with wildlife and conservation

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In 2019, the first overnight Camp Bighorn held at the Whiskey Mountain Conservation Camp near Dubois, WY was a great success! We hosted 25 amazing youth ages 9-12 years old from as far away as Alaska and as near as Dubois to participate in this fun, educational camp designed to inspire and educate youth about bighorn sheep and their habitat. From a trek to the top of Torrey Rim (everyone made it!), to looking at riparian macroinvertebrates in Torrey Creek to an exploration of local ecosystems and habitat management, youth participates dove in deep to explore this amazing place and home to the Whiskey Mountain herd of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.

Scroll down to see some of the moments at Camp Bighorn 2021 created by our partner and the Education Coordinator of the Wild Sheep Foundation, Ryan Brock.

Camp Bighorn 2020 was a day camp due to Covid 19.  For three days, 13 students explored many of the topics that were presented in 2019 including wild edibles, fire ecology, macroinvertebrate studies, taxidermy and more.

Photos from Camp Bighorn 2021.

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