Check out the PDF below to read about the Wild Sheep Society's Projects supported by AFGC.
One of our members shot a bear that will make it into the BC top ten record book. Congratulations!
Ken and Ian had a conference all with Wild Sheep of BC. We got a lot of positive feedback from many different groups about our donations. Other organizations will now be joining in the donation matching. We’ve also been talking with the Mule Deer projects including tracking does and doing ultrasounds for studies.
The Wild Sheep Society of BC is reaching out to conservation organizations around the province seeking support with their Act Now Campaign. Their goal is to reach every licensed hunter in BC and to provide assistance in advocating for Scientific Wildlife management and to protect our hunting heritage. This is intended for all hunters [...]
Even though we won’t be able to meet together for our annual Big Game Awards Banquet this year due to COVID we will still be giving out the awards. Please make sure you arrange with Big Game Chair Ian Baird a time to meet him to have your trophy scored. You can contact him [...]
Every year, AFGC commits to support other non-profits and societies that help to benefit our sport and hobbies. One of those groups over the past few years has been the Wild Sheep Society of BC, put forward by the Big Game subclub. They have recently launched a new Zoomcast called Sheep Talk and the first [...]
On behalf of the research team I wanted to express our sincere thanks to AFGC for your ongoing and past support of the Cassiar Stone’s sheep project and I wanted to offer another update from our 2019 efforts. We continue to collect and analyze the data and have been able to report out a [...]
As part of the 2019 budget, AFGC has approved an allocation of funds to support like-minded community organizations. The Board of Directors has agreed that the Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia would be a great non-profit organization to help support our conservation ideals. We have contributed $5,000 towards their initiative in studying the [...]
The British Columbia Conservation Foundation would like to invite our friends from the community to participate in our first ever Artwork Contest. This contest is open to all students grade K-12 in BC for the 2018-2019 school year. The submission should be a drawing or painting of the students favourite BC animal. The deadline [...]
We are excited to announce that our Game Dinner and Dance is on again for 2018! The Game Dinner is sold out for this year! Thanks you for your interest! There will be NO tickets available at the door. Back by popular demand this year we are doing the Redneck Theme so make sure you come dressed up [...]
Well it has been a bit of a slow start to the season due to the backcountry closures. Currently several regions of the province do not allow any ATV/UTV use, these include Regions 3, 4, 5 & 8. Make sure you check the BC Forestry website as there are also specific areas (maps provided) [...]
This past weekend, Saturday Feb.9th, we held our 35th Annual Game Dinner & Dance at the clubhouse and it was a great success! Nearly 200 people came out to the event which meant we were basically SOLD OUT. This year’s theme was Hawaiian and thank to many of the attendees for dressing up. [...]