The Ovis World Slam is the taking, under fair chase and ethical circumstances, at least 12 of the world’s wild mountain sheep.
The Grand Slam of North American Sheep is naturally included, but North Americans by necessity have to travel to some of the most difficult-to-get-to parts of the world to accomplish this milestone. By the same token, it is almost imperative that those from other continents cross the oceans to get to the North American wild sheep to accomplish this feat.
All in all, to take 12 of these magnificent creatures has to be considered a lifetime achievement.
- Argali – Altay; Gansu; Gobi; Hangay; Hume; Kara Tau; Karaganda; Kuruktag; Littledale; Marco Polo; Matison; North China; Sair; Severtzov
- Bighorn Sheep – California; Desert; Rocky Mountain
- Blue Sheep – Chinese; Dwarf; Helan Shan; Himalayan
- Dall Sheep
- Fannin Sheep
- Hybrid Sheep
- Kerman Sheep
- Snow Sheep – Chukotka; Kamchatka; Kolyma; Koryak; Okhotsk; Putorana
- Mouflon – Armenian; Corsican; Cyprian; Esfahan; Konya; Laristan
- Red Sheep
- Tur – Dagestan (Eastern); Kuban (Western); Mid-Caucasian
- Urial – Afghan; Blanford; Ladakh; Punjab