WLCI habitat projects are on-the-ground activities intended to improve terrestrial and aquatic habitats and terrain, and are conducted by various WLCI partners, including U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, and others. Data compiled by the USGS Science Team are being used to evaluate habitat-improvement projects. Project assessment work includes acquiring and standardizing data of project activities to guide ongoing and future monitoring and research. Assessment information will be used to identify species most likely to be affected by development. An important outcome of this effort will be transferability of landscape conservation models and procedures to other areas targeted for energy development.