Sheep Week® 2021 is a must-attend, virtual, hunter’s experience every mountain game enthusiast will want to participate in. This best-in-class digital event will have all the trimmings, including chances to win incredible hunts, adventures, gear, sporting art, and collectibles.

Over the course of a week, exhibitors, sponsors, WSF Chapters, organizations and affiliates will come together for an immersive online experience including keynote speakers, round table discussions, outfitter Q&As, films and videos, in-depth backcountry tips, and much more. Open to the public, this all hands celebration of wild sheep, conservation and wild places is an event you won’t want to miss.


To help you get the most out of your Sheep Week experience, we've created the following short, instructional video. This provides instructions for login, how to navigate through the virtual expo, and instructions on how to participate in events and giveaways, and more.


All paid registered attendees are in the drawing for a 2021-2022 free-range Sonora, MX Desert Bighorn Hunt valued at $65,000!

In addition, all paid attendees are entered to win a Gunwerks ClymR rifle system chambered in 6.5 PRC valued at $10,690!

Two hunts are better than one. You will also be entered into a drawing for a 2022-2023 Yukon Stone’s sheep hunt valued at $55,000!

*Washington State Residents are ineligible for Sheep Week® Registration Drawings due to Washington State Gaming Laws*



Join us for the biggest Wild Sheep Conservation and Mountain hunting event of the year!
Expert led seminars, hunt giveaways, daily floor credit drawings,
live and silent auctions, hunting film debuts, and more.
More events being added daily!

All times noted are Pacific Standard Time

Monday – Jan 11th
12:01 am
Online Exhibits Open
1:00 pm
Seminar: Booking Your First Sheep Hunt – Jack Atcheson, Jr.
3:00 pm
Seminar: Tags & Applications – Go Hunting This Season - Randy Newberg
6:00 pm
Monday Online Auction Closes
6:00 pm
Sheep Week® Opening Addresses:
Gray N. Thornton President & CEO
Peregrine L. Wolff, DVM, Chair
Wild & Wool Premiere
  • SITKA Gear
Wild & Wool Post Premiere Producer Chat
Tuesday – Jan 12th
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
WAFWA Wild Sheep Working Group
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
WAFWA Wild Sheep Working Group
1:00 p.m.
Seminar: How To Score A Wild Sheep Using The Boone & Crockett Scoring System
Boone & Crockett Club
3:00 p.m.
Seminar: Field Judging Wild Sheep – Clay Lancaster
6:00 pm
Tuesday Online Auction Closes
6:00 pm
Tuesday Opening Address:
Gray N. Thornton President & CEO
Brothers film presentation
Brothers Post Premiere Chat
Wednesday – Jan 13th
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
WAFWA Wild Sheep Working Group
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
WSF Wildlife Professionals Meeting
1:00 pm
Seminar: Canadian Sheep Outfitter Update – Adam Janke
3:00 p.m.
Seminar: Global Discussions Steering the Future of Hunting and Conservation
Shane Mahoney & Gray Thornton
6:00 pm
Wednesday Online Auction Closes
6:00 pm
Wednesday Opening Address
Keith Balfourd Marketing & Communications Director
The Duke – Film presentation
The Duke Post Film Chat
Thursday – Jan 14th
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Annual Members Meeting
1:00 pm
Seminar: Gearing Up For the Mountains – Adam Foss
3:00 pm
Seminar: Federal Policy & Wild Sheep
Greg Schildwachter
6:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Conservation Night
Welcome - Peregrine L. Wolff, DVM – WSF Chair
YETI Presents Wild Sheep
  • Yukon Hunt Drawing
Floor Credit Drawings (5 x $1,000)
    • California WSF, Idaho WSF, New Mexico WSF, & Northern Nevada SCI
Exhibitor Sturgeon Fishing Trip Drawing
  • Great River Fishing Adventures
Keynote Presentation: Senator Steve Daines (MT)
7:00 pm
Live Auction Start
9:30 pm
Live Auction Concludes
Friday – Jan 15th
8:30 am – 1:00 pm
WSF/WWO/NNSCI Sheep Week® Sporting Clays Shoot
9:30 am – 3:00 pm
Youth Wildlife Conservation Experience
  • MidwayUSA Foundation
1:00 pm 
Seminar: One Shot: Rifles, Ballistics & Training For A One Shot, One Kill Sheep Hunt - Aaron Davidson, Brendan Burns, Mark Peterson and Greg McHale
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Ram/International Awards
3:00 pm
Seminar: The Wild Harvest Initiative®: Changing the Narrative For North American Hunters
Shane Mahoney & Gray Thornton
5:30 pm
Kicked Out: Film Presentation from the WSF <1 Club
6:00 pm
Ladies Online Auction Closes
6:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Legacy Night
  • Alaska Outfitters Unlimited
  • Shikar Safaris
Welcome Address
6:10 pm
Floor Credit Drawings (2 x $2,500)
  • Texas Bighorn Society
  • Midwest Chapter WSF
<1 Club & <1 iClub Drawings
Conklin Award Video Presentations
Live Auction to immediately follow
9:30 pm
Live Auction Concludes
Saturday – Jan 16th
9:00 am – 11:00 am
Life Member Event
9:00 am
Welcome Address
Glen Landrus Vice Chair & LM Event Chair
9:05 am
Patrons & Life Member Hat Drawing
9:10 am
Keynote Address
Adam Weatherby
9:30 am
La Palmosa Desert Bighorn Sheep Drawing
  • Life Member Patrons
9:45 – 11:00 am
Life Member Live Auction
12:00 pm
Floor Credit Drawing (1 x $5,000)
  • Rocky Mountain Bighorn Society
Sheep Week Raffle Drawings
Sierra El Alamo Desert Bighorn Sheep and Gunwerks Rifle Drawing for Sheep Week Registrants
1:00 pm
Seminar: Icons of Sheep Hunting
Mike Borel & Friends
3:00 pm
Seminar: Women In Hunting Initiative
Renée Thornton featuring Anna Vorisek, Stephanie Lough and Rachel Ahtila
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Marco Polo Society Virtual Wine Tasting (Invitation Only)
  • Cervantes Family Vineyards
6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Grand Finale Night
    • Weatherby 
    • Leica
Welcome – Peregrine Wolff, DVM & Gray N. Thornton
Last Sheep Camp
Around the WSF Family Zoom
7:00 pm
Live Auction Begins Immediately
9:30 pm
Live Auction Concludes
Closing Addresses
10:00 pm
SHEEP WEEK® Concludes


The Wild Sheep Foundation would not be nearly as successful in restoring wild sheep populations without our partners in conservation and those who are committed to, “Putting and Keeping Wild Sheep On the Mountain.”® If you are interested in being a sponsor of this unique event, email us for opportunities.

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The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF), based in Bozeman, Mont., was founded in 1977 by hunter-conservationists concerned about the dismal populations of wild sheep and the lack of advocacy on their behalf. With a membership of more than 8,500 worldwide, WSF is the premier advocate for wild sheep and other mountain wildlife and their habitats. WSF has raised and expended more than $135 million on wild sheep habitat and population enhancements, education, and conservation advocacy programs in North America, Europe, and Asia to “Put and Keep Wild Sheep On the Mountain”®. These and other efforts have increased bighorn sheep populations in North America from historic lows in the 1950-60s of 25,000 to more than 85,000 today.

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