Introduction and Purpose

The Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council is a non-profit, international scientific and educational organization dedicated to the management and conservation of northern wild sheep and mountain goat populations and their habitats in North America.

The Northern Wild Sheep Council was established in 1968 by a group of scientists from the U.S. and Canada. In 1978, our organization was renamed the Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council, to reflect our interest in mountain sheep and mountain goats in North America.

Our purpose is achieved by:

  1. Providing for timely exchange of research and management information.
  2. Promoting high standards in research and management; and
  3. Providing professional advice on issues involving wild sheep and mountain goat conservation and management.

Membership in the NWSGC includes professional research and management biologists and others active in the conservation of wild sheep and mountain goats. Membership in the Council is achieved either by registering at, or purchasing proceedings of, the biennial symposium. Only members may vote at the biennial business meeting.

“Save These Dates”

2018 NWSGC Biennial Symposium May 21-24, 2018 Grouse Mountain Lodge Whitefish, MT

Bruce Sterling, MFWP bsterling@mt.gov
Brent Lonner, MFWP blonner@.mt.gov

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For further information, please contact :
Kevin Hurley
Wild Sheep Foundation
Senior Conservation Director
412 Pronghorn Trail
Bozeman, MT 59718
Phone: 406-404-8753
Cell: 307-899-9375