CAMP BIGHORN scheduled for August 3-5, 2020

Camp Bighorn 2020: August 3-5, 2020: 3 Day, Day-Only Program

Camp Bighorn 2020 Registration online is available through THIS LINK. Alternatively, you can find a PDF version for registration here (please print, fill in legibly and scan to email back to [email protected] or mail back to the address provided): Camp Bighorn PDF Registration Form 2020. SPACE IS LIMITED!

Camp Bighorn 2020 will take place as a three-day, day-only program, following updated COVID19 protocol and with minimum participant numbers. If you have questions about Camp Bighorn 2020, please call us at 307-455-3429, as details are being updated with any changes.

Please be aware that we are prioritizing new camp participants for 2020 first, but if you have attended Camp Bighorn in 2019, you are still welcome to apply, just note that we will be on our secondary camp participation list, in order of application received.

Scholarships for Camp Bighorn 2020 are still available. Please fill out this scholarship form and return it to [email protected]): Camp Bighorn Scholarship Application Form

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 full-immersion 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 riparian macroinvertebrates alongside Torrey Creek to an exploration of forest ecology 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.

Camp Bighorn 2019! captures some of the moments at Camp Bighorn created by our partner and the Education Coordinator of the Wild Sheep Foundation, Ryan Brock.

This amazing Camp Bighorn could not have been accomplished without the help of an amazing group of volunteers, partners and sponsors listed below! Our sincere gratitude to this stellar group of people who helped make Camp Bighorn a success:

Roz Abel
Alaska Wild Sheep Foundation
Greg Anderson
Boys and Girls Club of Dubois
Joe Brandl
Jon and Jess Bressler
Ryan Brock
Michele Burdick
Sarah Butler
Ryan DeBonis
Dinah DiMeolo
Callie Domek
Sara Domek
Eric Matthew Eckard
Lora Engleman
Andrew Evens
Monie Finley

Linda Fowler
Carolyn Gillette
Madison Harper
Kate Debow Hayes
Laney Hicks
Anna Hinkle
Tessa Hust
Cindy Jackelen
Steve Kilpatrick
Kiwanis Club of Dubois
Tom Lucas
Karen McCullough
Mike McCullough
Connie Mock
Cheryl O’Brien

Bill O’Brien
Patricia Poletti
Sarah Quigley
John Rego
Danica Born Ropp
Bernie Rose
Cathy Rosenthal
Julia Royall
Becky Schwanke
Jess Shuler
Bill Sincavage
Lori Sincavage
Rachel Smiley
Lynn Stewart

Karen Sullivan
Elizabeth Taylor
Meredith Taylor
Bruce Thompson
Kathy Treanor
Trudy Trevarthen
U.S. Forest Service: Shoshone National Forest, Wind River District
Utah Wild Sheep Foundation
Brittany Wagler
Washington Wild Sheep Foundation
Wild Sheep Foundation
Larry Wilke
Connie Wood
Wyoming Game and Fish Department & Commission
Wyoming Wild Sheep Foundation