Habitat & Wildlife Conservation

Bass Pro's Founder Johnny Morris Recognized for Conservation Work

Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris’ conservation ethics runs deep. He first learned to love the outdoors at an early age while floating and fishing Ozark streams with his father, John A. Morris. As Johnny grew up, that passion for the outdoors turned into a commitment to conserving our natural resources so future generations could enjoy them.

Teddy Roosevelt's Influence on Conservation in America

By Kelly Durbin

For many, Theodore Roosevelt is best known as the 26th President of the United States. For outdoorsmen, hunters, and defenders of the wild, his most important contribution was the way he helped make wilderness and wildlife conservation a widespread endeavor.

Dall's Sheep Hunting in Alaska-Management & Conservation

  • Dall’s sheep are present in seven major mountain ranges in Alaska: Kenai, Chugach, Wrangell, Talkeetna, Alaska, Brooks and the White Mountains /Tanana Hills.
  • Dall’s sheep have poor survival rates – in the neighborhood of 25 percent during their first year of life, but their annual survival rate increases to 85-90 percent once they reach adulthood.