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The National Bighorn Sheep Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization Tax ID #83-0301605.

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Call 307-455-3429, or make your secure donation online.


“The great use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast it.” — William James

To promote future generations of wild sheep conservationists, Gary Butler and the Butler Family Foundation seeded the Conservation Education Fund in 2018. This fund functions as an endowment for the National Bighorn Sheep Center’s mission to provide education and outreach for the national conservation of wild sheep, wildlife, and wild lands.

But we need ewe to help grow the fund!

With this fund, we build a sustainable future for wild sheep by providing programs that shape future generations of biologists, researchers, and educators.

Your donations are invested in the “Sheep Forever Fund.” Each year, proceeds are put to good use through our programs and national outreach. Your contributions are a gift that keeps on giving to the Center’s mission.

Gifts to the fund support national outreach that goes far and wide and grows each year. In 2019, The National Bighorn Sheep Center reached 13,000 youths through our education program and 7,000 visitors through our museum. We hosted a 4-day youth summer camp called “Camp Bighorn” at Whiskey Mountain (critical bighorn winter range). In 2022, we launched a webinar series in which we host sheep researchers and scientists each second Thursday of every month to focus on national sheep issues. Your gifts help keep us going and moving our message forward!

The National Bighorn Sheep Center has committed to raising this fund to $250,000 by 2028. Today, the fund has grown to $35,000. We need your help to meet our goal of $250,000! In fact, with your support, we aim to surpass it!

Without your help, we simply cannot continue our national outreach!

As we move forward with a 1,000-square-foot expansion to our existing facility, we seek to grow this fund to support the programs and technology key to our strategic plan.

We invite you to join us in surpassing this goal!

No, these two funds are different. The “Conservation Education Fund” is for use on the national level. This fund focuses on educating the public about wild sheep, wildlife, and wildlands across all of the United States.

Ways to give:


Call us–we’d love to talk to ewe: 307.455.3429

Mail us check: P.O. Box 1435, Dubois, WY 82513

The National Bighorn Sheep Center recognizes Legacy Society members each year at our Annual Banquet. Many of our supporters have included the Conservation Education Fund in their Estate Plans.

Additional information regarding the Conservation Education Fund:

  • The Conservation Education Fund is held at Dodge & Cox
  • The Conservation Education Fund seeks regular income, conservation of principal, and an opportunity for long-term growth
  • Webinars are recorded and can be found here:
  • Join the National Bighorn Sheep Center at our events:


National Bighorn Sheep Center volunteers provide key support to our daily operations. We need your help to grow and provide services and programs to both human and bighorn populations. Our goal in developing our volunteer program is to provide volunteers with rewarding learning opportunities and experiences that advance bighorn conservation through education, hands-on stewardship projects, and special events and programs.

Our staff members support volunteers with training and guidance. We welcome volunteers in all capacities, so, whatever your skills and schedule, there’s a place for you.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Wish List

There are many different ways to support the National Bighorn Sheep Center. You can volunteer, donate money, or donate items to support our work. If you would like to help us purchase any of these items through a donation, please click here.

Resources we’re looking for:

  • Postage stamps
  • Printer paper: 8.5”x11” and colored or cardstock
  • iPads for education programs & more
  • Simple folding wheel chair for visitors
  • You! Visit our volunteer page to find out more!
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