Although it was close to extinction not too long ago, Konya sheep nowadays has become Turkey’s most iconic game animal along with Bezoar. Once wide spread across the country, there were only 40 specimens left in their last habitat back in early 60s when the government passed a new law to take them under protection. Works which began by the end of 60s produced some impresive results and the animals multiplied to some 2000 by the beginning of new Milenium. Further plans were made to reintroduce some animals into their previous homeland. Thanks to Game Departments relentless effords, today we are able to hunt these magnificent animals in free range areas where they used to roam although we are limited with the number of tags. R. Snider was one of the first to hunt these critters and ended her hunt by harvesting this beautiful ram.