Wooly wonder - 2021 Bighorn Sheep Festival full of fun

Photos by Sara Hertwig
Special to the Clear Creek Courant
Posted 11/16/21

The second Saturday in November each year, Georgetown, Colorado celebrates one of the biggest and oldest bighorn sheep herds in the state of Colorado. Partly for the education, partly to facilitate …

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Wooly wonder - 2021 Bighorn Sheep Festival full of fun

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The second Saturday in November each year, Georgetown, Colorado celebrates one of the biggest and oldest bighorn sheep herds in the state of Colorado. Partly for the education, partly to facilitate wildlife watching at the peak of breeding season and partly a fun excuse to get together as a community, the annual festival offers something for everyone.

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