Our way of life is under attack and science-based wildlife management has taken a back seat to emotional and ideological decision making.

Under the weight of politically manipulated social pressure, hunting opportunities have been eliminated here in BC and around the world.

British Columbia’s grizzly hunting ban in 2017 was a wake-up call, a stark reminder that we cannot afford to be complacent. The battle to save our hunting heritage is just beginning. And so far, it’s a battle we’ve been losing.

What will our community do? What will be our legacy when, years from now, people look back on this critical point in time?

Will hunting still be “a way of life”, or just a memory of what some of us once enjoyed?

The Wild Sheep Society of BC is not going down without a fight.

With the support of its members, the WSSBC has launched an aggressive project called 1Campfire, through our Hunter Heritage Program dedicated to ensuring our right to hunt is preserved.

It is important to acknowledge that our primary focus is, and always will be, wild sheep conservation. The Hunter Heritage Program was established so that our conservation dedicated funds would remain isolated from any other purpose. This is where we need your help.

This is an ambitious campaign and we need your support.

Click on the following link to see our 1Campfire campaign.

We still need your support.  DONATE NOW!


Help support this important initiative and DONATE NOW.


Customize your donation towards supporting the Hunter Heritage Program.



You can donate online or if you prefer, send a cheque made payable to the Wild Sheep Society of BC. Be sure to indicate that this is for our Hunter Heritage Program. If you prefer you can also call 250 961-1908 to make a credit card donation over the phone.

For payment via cheque, make payment to:
Wild Sheep Society of BC
101-30799 Simpson Road
Abbotsford, BC V2T 6X4


This ambitious project was unveiled in the Spring of 2019. It is important to note that if we are to change the public perception of hunting, we must focus on the non-hunting public. The harsh truth is we have been doing a poor job of this to date. We must adapt.

Although the anti-hunters are the most vocal, the overwhelming majority of people remain neutral on the topic of hunting. It is their hearts and minds that we must win over and educate. This campaign is designed around that premise.

In totality, this initiative will serve the express purpose of engaging, inspiring and educating the non-hunter, and through these efforts, show the average non-hunter that our way of life is relatable and acceptable in modern society.

If we win their hearts and minds, we will win this war.

Thank you to our 1Campfire campaign donors

The Wild Sheep Society of BC has partnered on this initiative by the Wild Sheep Foundation.  We would like to thank all private and corporate donors for the incredible support we have received for this initiative.

Our donor organizations include the B. C. Wildlife Federation, Guide Outfitters Association of BC, Kelowna Fish and Game, North Peace Rod and Gun Club, Golden District Rod and Gun Club, Canal Flats Wilderness Club, Wildlife Records Club of BC, East Kootenays Hunters’ Association, East Kootenay Big Game Club, Oceola Fish and Game Club and Prince Rupert Rod and Gun Club and many others.