The Arizona Desert Big Horn Sheep Society
was created in 1967 for the sole purpose to help the conservation and population enhancement of bighorn sheep in Arizona. The society now has over 1100 members and has expanded its role to also helping Arizona's Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. "The Society's ultimate goal is to establish viable, self-sustaining bighorn sheep populations throughout all suitable portions of their historic range in the state."
- "To promote the management of bighorn sheep and increase their population in the state of Arizona."