Sagebrush/Sage Grouse Management
Notice - US Fish and Wildlife Service's Data Call
As part of the US Fish and Wildlife Service's data call, Wyoming is asking all companies, land management agencies, NGO's and others to provide information related to active habitat improvement efforts for the sage-grouse. Data should be entered by September 30, 2014. This information will help Wyoming tell the conservation story of the Sage-Grouse Executive Order and keeping the sage-grouse from being listed under the Endangered Species Act.
Any planned activities should be entered directly into the USFWS Conservation Efforts Database
Permitting agencies will be entering the disturbance data so it is not necessary for proponents to enter disturbance.
The data entry is simple, but you will need a username and password. Please contact Mary Flanderka at email@example.com
or 307-777-4587 to validate your username and password.
Once you have received the validation, you are ready to enter data. Please find the user manual that will guide you through the effort.
Wyoming Sage Grouse Mitigation Database
Wyoming Sage Grouse Database User Manual
Wyoming Game and Fish Habitat Protection Services: (307) 777-4506
Request for Proposals
DDCT & WISDOM Training
Sage Grouse Executive Order, Plan
and Stipulations for Development
Governor's Sage Grouse Implementation Team
Sage Grouse Implementation Team Meeting
November 17, 2014
9AM - 3 PM
WGFD Cheyenne, Elk Room
For more information, please contact Mary Flanderka, 307-777-4587
Map to WYLIFE
Sage Grouse Core Area Maps and Shapefiles
Sage Grouse Update Newsletter
June 6, 2014 Newsletter September 3, 2013 Newsletter March 13, 2013 Newsletter June 19, 2012 Newsletter February 24, 2012 Newsletter November 7, 2011 Newsletter September 7, 2011 Newsletter June 21, 2011 Newsletter May 13, 2011 Newsletter March 16, 2011 Newsletter February 18, 2011 Newsletter
Funding for Sage Grouse/Sagebrush Projects
Other Sage Grouse/Sagebrush Documents
Sage-grouse and sagebrush mapping and research efforts clearinghouse from around the Western U.S.