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  • May 25 2022
    A two-time Olympic gold medalist, an Olympic silver medalist, and a four-time X Games Gold Medalist. And a hunter. A podcast almost 6 months in the making, Steve and Kyle get an opportunity to catch up with David Wise. Talking about his family, his hunting heritage, why he chose to come out as a hunter when he risked (and lost!) sponsorships and being a mentor, and why it was important to be true to himself- this conversation is about as authentic as you can get. David’s perspective on hunting, and his reason for advocating on the hunter’s behalf is an incredible listen that we are sure you will enjoy. Check out his Instagram at wiseotg
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    1 hr and 6 mins
  • May 18 2022
    Kyle and Steve welcome Women Hunt lead Renée Thornton to the show.  A three time returnee we catch up on Wild Sheep Foundation's Women Hunt initiative and their many successes to date. We also talk about what is in store for the year ahead and beyond for the program. Applications are now open for the Women Hunt New Hunter course that will take place this fall in Texas.  Twelve new women hunters are chosen to partake in a fantastic week of mentoring, education and fun.  Any women interested in learning about this great program and want to get involved visit www.wildsheepfoundation.org/womenhunt.  Applications remain open until the end of May. We also dive into Renée's plans for hunting this year.  You may recall from an earlier episode she talks about predator hunting, why she enjoys it, and how hunters have a role to play in managing the predator ungulate balance in nature.  Predator hunting can be an emotive issue and Renée shares her perspective in an articulate and scientific based mind set. As always it is a pleasure to welcome her to the show and catch up.  Enjoy the listen. Anyone wishing to get more involved in the Women Hunt New Hunter Course, you can apply at: www.wildsheepfoundation.org/womenhunt/apply  
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    1 hr and 6 mins
  • May 11 2022
    While attending the Thinhorn Summit III in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory Kyle and Steve sit down with Wild Sheep Foundation Vice President of Conservation, Mr. Kevin Hurley. State, provincial, territorial and tribal agencies, conservation stake holder, academia, biologists, First Nations, Guide Outfitters and Wild Sheep Foundation staff meet to discuss the state of thinhorn sheep across North America.  Kevin, who is the lead on the Summit talks about issues affecting Stone, Fannin and Dall's Sheep and some of the strategies being utilized to improve the health of these species. Kevin has spent years working on wild sheep and he talks about the many things Wild Sheep Foundation is doing to ensure a last legacy for these magnificent animals.
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    1 hr and 10 mins

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