In Strange Company™︎

041 - Wild Sheep with Gray Thornton

September 18, 2019 Marcus Strange
In Strange Company™︎
041 - Wild Sheep with Gray Thornton
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In Strange Company™︎
041 - Wild Sheep with Gray Thornton
Sep 18, 2019
Marcus Strange

On this episode, I sit down with Gray Thornton of the Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF). For over 40 years, WSF chapter and affiliate members have worked to “combat disease afflicting wild sheep, encourage new studies and management plans for Dall’s and Stone’s sheep, and advocate for the long-term health and sustainability of wild sheep herds and the wild places they roam across the globe.” We talk about mentorship, the relationship between hunting and conservation, the history of wild sheep conservation, how to develop collaborative relationships, and various other wild sheep topics.

I'd like to thank Sitka Gear for allowing us to take over their booth at the 2% for Conservation Bozeman Conservation Convention.

This episode is a laid-back conversation and I hope you enjoy our conversation. I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform. 

Need help with your podcast? Find out how I can help HERE.

Connect with me: @marcus.strange, website

The Wild Sheep Foundation: Website, Instagram, Facebook

Kicked Out Film

Show Notes

On this episode, I sit down with Gray Thornton of the Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF). For over 40 years, WSF chapter and affiliate members have worked to “combat disease afflicting wild sheep, encourage new studies and management plans for Dall’s and Stone’s sheep, and advocate for the long-term health and sustainability of wild sheep herds and the wild places they roam across the globe.” We talk about mentorship, the relationship between hunting and conservation, the history of wild sheep conservation, how to develop collaborative relationships, and various other wild sheep topics.

I'd like to thank Sitka Gear for allowing us to take over their booth at the 2% for Conservation Bozeman Conservation Convention.

This episode is a laid-back conversation and I hope you enjoy our conversation. I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform. 

Need help with your podcast? Find out how I can help HERE.

Connect with me: @marcus.strange, website

The Wild Sheep Foundation: Website, Instagram, Facebook

Kicked Out Film