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Conserving world-class wildlife resources. Facilitating responsible development.

August 10, Carbon LPDT, 10 am, SERCD office in Baggs, WY

August 12, Sweetwater LPDT, 9 am, WGFD office in Green River, WY

August 16, Lincoln/Uinta LPDT, 10 am, BLM office in Kemmerer, WY

August 18, Sublette LPDT, 9 am, Town Hall in Marbleton, WY

By Leslie Allen, Jessica Montag, Katie Lyon, Suzanna Soileau, and Rudy Schuster
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Published in Journal of Map & Geography Libraries: Advances in Geospatial Information, Collections & Archives
By Michael S. O'Donnell, Timothy J. Assal, Patrick J. Anderson, and Zachary H. Bowen
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About the Initiative

The WLCI is a long-term science-based effort to assess and enhance aquatic and terrestrial habitats at a landscape scale in southwest Wyoming, while facilitating responsible development through local collaboration and partnerships. The WLCI is an interagency working group of partners that is beginning the process of establishing a much larger coalition of government and non-government organizations. Local Project Development Teams identify local issues that are important to the landscape and cooperatively create projects to address identified needs for local wildlife, habitat, and other resource issues. Each Local Project Development Team includes local biologists, range managers, conservation districts, landowners, county commissioners, and other interested parties. The WLCI has four teams that are located geographically. Read More...

 

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  • Photograph showing swan ponds

Swift Ranch Trumpeter Swan Summer Habitat Enhancement

A nearly 6-acre wetland pond was excavated along the river corridor within a major swan flyway to provide additional shallow water foraging and nesting habitat. These types of shallow water wetlands are extremely rare in southwestern Wyoming. These projects have created additional summer habitat that is in limited supply for the Trumpeter Swan, a species of conservation concern, and many other species identified as potential species at risk in Wyoming’s State Wildlife Action Plan. Read More...