Lander Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office
Mountain-Prairie Region

Lander Conservation Projects: (Photos clockwise from top) Blue flowers, Norwood Diversion dam (new), Big horn sheep

Today major conservation projects for Lander Fish & Wildlife Conservation Office are:

  1. Fish passage and stream restoration on Mill Creek where five instream structures will be removed and instream fish habitat enhancements will be installed. Other fish passage projects on the Popo Agie and Little Wind Rivers are currently in the planning and permitting stages. Sage grouse_USFWS
  2. Native Fish Conservation
  3. Sage Grouse

Other on-going conservation activities:

  • Big game habitat monitoring and restoration.
  • In stream flow negotiations for fish and wildlife.
  • Fishery Management Consultation on National Wildlife Refuges.

 

 

Last updated: January 13, 2012