Bighorn Sheep Conservation - Texas Bighorn Society
Texas Bighorn SocietyWork Project 2017
The Texas Bighorn Society will once again go to the mountains of West Texas to build water catchments for the Texas Desert Bighorn.
** You must be a TBS member to take part in this work project**
March 10th, 11th, and 12th. If you show up in Van Horn on the evening of March 9th at the Red Roof Inn in Van Horn you will be on time to start out on Friday morning.We will head for the Lado Ranch at 8:00 A.M. Join the group this morning and we will convoy out.
The Lado Ranch
**Deadline to Register is February 28, 2017**
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Out on the Land to feature TBS
Tuesday, June 30, 2015, at 6:00pm (Central Daylight Savings Time),
Dr. Larry Butler’s television program “Out on the Land” will feature
the Texas Bighorn Society.
The program is broadcast on RFD TV.
On the RFD TV website there is a “Find Us” option which allows you to find the station in your area.
Tune in to see TBS in action.
From Friday night at the Round Up - Joshua Creek Ranch
In 1981 a small group of bighorn supporters formed the Texas Chapter of FNAWS (Foundation for North American Wild Sheep) and the Texas Bighorn Society, and began an intense lobbying effort to obtain support for the re-introduction effort in the Texas Legislature and with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission. These two groups ...read more.
The Desert Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis nelsoni) is a subspecies of Bighorn Sheep that occurs in the desert Southwest regions of the United States and in the northern regions of Mexico. The trinomial of this species commemorates the American naturalist Edward William Nelson. The characteristics and behavior of Desert Bighorn Sheep generally follow those of other Bighorn Sheep, except...read more.
There are many ways to help the Texas Bighorn Society in our mission to restore Bighorn Sheep, wildlife conservation, and the education of future generations. We welcome monetary and professional donations, as well as active participation by members in our Work Projects and Fundraising Events. So roll up your sleeves and let's get some work done!
President of the Texas Bighorn Society, Kathy Boone traveled to San Antonio, Texas to receive the s award from the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. ..Read More
Kathy Boone, TBS Treasurer, accepts a$10,000.00 donation from Tim Gafford, Lubbock SCI President, at the annual Lubbock SCI Banquet.
Thank You,Tim Gafford and Lubbock Chapter SCI for your latest $10,000.00 donation and your continued support of the Texas Bighorn Society. The donation will be well spent at our upcoming Work Project. The annual project is March 14th and 15th at the Black Gap Wildlife Management Area. TBS will build two new guzzlers and refurbish existing guzzlers. These provide water not only for desert bighorn sheep but for many other species.