Taxidermy Pictures taken at the Call of the Wild Museum at
La Grand Station (Mobil Station) Rapid City, SD.

Museum is dedicated to education about the animals depicted as well as showcasing the taxidermy profession.
Alaskan Dall Sheep      Rocky Mountain Big Horn      Stone Sheep
Argali Sheep
Marco Polo Sheep
People pictured are 6 feet tall
Blue Sheep
Desert Big Horn
Want to know if that sheep you are considering buying actually has close unique type sheep bloodlines
such as Alaskan Dall, Stone Sheep or Bighorn?  Odds are, your potential sheep may exhibit some of the
characteristics displayed by the photos of live sheep and taxidermy exhibitions featured below if there is at
least 50% bloodlines from those type sheep.

Currently breed standards for most of the breeds represented by UHHSA do not permit known bloodlines
of Alaskan Dall, Stone, Argali, Bighorn (Big Horn), or Blue Sheep, etc.

The New Mexico Dahl Sheep does allow 25% or less Bighorn in their background as Bighorn sheep are
assumed to be a parent breed of the NM Dahl which is an officially recognized New Mexico Heritage Breed.
Bighorn Sheep in South Dakota - photos by Sara Qualls, 1997
taxidermy mounts of them and would like us to consider
inclusion on this page, let us know!  Photo Credits and
credit for the exhibits must be included and copyrighted
images may not be able to be utilized.