Mule deer

Geospatial Data

Our Esri-hosted "Open Data" site provides a rich user experience when acquiring Wyoming Game & Fish authoritative geospatial data! 

View and download Wyoming Game and Fish Department's authoritative geospatial data. The Wyoming Game and Fish Open Data site offers users the ability to review data set descriptions, preview data in tabular and map form, and save data in multiple formats. 


Wyoming Game and Fish Open Data



Story maps provide a unique format for sharing maps, photos and narratives to "tell a story" in a single electronic document.  This engaging format is also an Esri product, in which we have customized and configured the contents of a template made available by Esri.


Story Maps

Wyoming's Wetland Complexes

Instream Flow and X-Stream Angler

Green Mountain Habitat Management Plan

Wyoming Wildlife and Roadways Initiative

Migration Corridor Risk Reduction

Statewide Habitat Plan 2020 Priority Areas

Wyoming Bighorn Sheep Herd Health Surveillance





Wyoming Game & Fish geospatial data available on the Open Data site has the following general characteristics:

FormatDownload in a variety of formats
ProjectionWyLAM (Wyoming Lambert Conformal Conic)
DatumNAD83 (North American 1983; Spheroid GRS 1980)
ExtentStatewide, or the full extent of the theme if less than statewide
Metadata ContentWe maintain a standard for metadata content, and this is a prerequisite to the automatic distribution of our geospatial data


Game and Fish geospatial data files are not represented as legal documents and are not intended to be used as such. The information contained in these data is dynamic and may change over time. Locational accuracy reflects resource-level use; no professional-grade surveys were conducted to either support or improve inherent accuracies. It is the responsibility of the data user to use the data appropriately and consistent within the limitations of geospatial data in general and these data in particular as outlined in each data set's accompanying metadata.


Troy Gerhardt, GIS Analyst | (307) 777-4605


For sage grouse GIS data:
Contact Garrett Catlin at (307) 777-4567 or