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Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep - Migrating Mural

Murals

  1. Lee Vining, CA
    Mono Basin Visitor Center
  2. Bishop, CA
    The Bishop Gun Club
  3. Bishop, CA
    Sage to Summit
  4. Independence, CA
    The Mt. Williamson Motel
  5. Independence, CA
    The Mt. Williamson Motel
  6. Lone Pine, CA
    Lone Pine Regional Airport

Multiple mural

 

In 2012 Ink Dwell studio launched the first Migrating Mural, focused on the California’s endangered Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep. Partnering with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, the link opens in new tab or windowSierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Foundation, the Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association, Ink Dwell created a network of six murals along California’s highway 395, which runs parallel to crucial bighorn habitat. For more information, please visit link opens in new tab or windowINK DWELL.


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CDFW Inland Deserts Region (Region 6)
Main Office: 3602 Inland Empire Blvd, Suite C-220, Ontario, CA 91764 | Field Offices
Email the Inland Deserts Region | (909) 484-0167 | Fax: (909) 941-7364


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Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Program
787 N. Main Suite 220
Bishop CA 93514
(760) 872-1171
asksnbs@wildlife.ca.gov