Wyoming Wildlife and Roadways Initiative

There are more than 6,000 wildlife-vehicle collisions in Wyoming every year The result of these collisions is $50 million annually in damages. WWF is a member of the Wyoming Wildlife and Roadways Initiative, implementing strategies to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions. The Wyoming Wildlife and Roadways Initiative WWRI is a collaborative effort spearheaded by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD) and Wyoming…

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Statewide Support for Wildlife Conservation

As we all know, Wyoming is a rural state connected by extensive roads that we all travel to conduct business, recreate, and stay connected with friends and family. And if you drive these roads regularly, there is a good chance that you may hit an animal one day – and likely know someone who already has. Roadway Safety In Wyoming,…

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Wyoming Conservation License Plate is Here

It’s a story many of us who live in this state have told, some versions worse than others. It is a unifying experience that we all relate to and one we all wish we could avoid. Some years ago, Jared and I were returning from a scouting trip, driving down the hill near Willow Creek Road on Hwy 287 just…

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