2018 Mono Lake Committee Field Seminar - Living on the Edge: Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep in the Mono Basin

Dates: September 8-9

Field Seminar Leader: John Wehausen

$182 per person  /  $167 for Mono Lake Committee members

This field seminar will involve discussions of the fascinating biology of the federally endangered Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep, their relationship with other mammals (including mountain lions and humans), and their conservation in the field.

Past participants saw bighorn 15 out of the last 16 years. While there is a very good chance of seeing bighorn sheep during this seminar, there is no guarantee.

John Wehausen has been studying the Sierra Nevada bighorn and working for their conservation since 1974.

Please be aware that this seminar involves very strenuous hiking at the 10,000-foot elevation and above. Click here for a full seminar itinerary.

Registration for the Mono Lake Committee's summer and fall 2018 Field Seminars will open on Thursday, February 1 at 9:00am for members only.

If you are not a Committee member, but you wish to register in February, you may join the Committee and sign up for the class of your choice.

Questions? Call (760) 647-6595 and ask for Elin, Nora, or Andrew. You can also email the Mono Lake Committee if that's easier.