The need for sportsmen involvement couldn’t be greater – we have a brand new federal administration and new appointees to the Bureau of Land Management and the Forest Service. We need to make sure sportsmen are heard as big decisions get made on public lands!
Regional: Our Public Lands
Because our wildlife don’t know state boundaries, Wyoming Wildlife Federation is taking part in an exciting regional effort – a new website collectively launched with sister organizations in the Rocky Mountain West. Sign up today!
This website provides hunters, anglers, and citizens the tools necessary to defend and restore quality wildlife habitat for hunting and fishing opportunities on western public lands. This site focuses on the western states of Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico where the public lands conservation tradition runs deep.
Learn about the threats to public lands by visiting the News and Resources, Research and Publications and Multimedia pages. Speak up to protect special places from the Action Center. Track how elected officials are voting on public lands legislation and hold them accountable from the Vote Center. And celebrate your favorite outdoor experiences by being able to share your best pictures!
We have recently become active at the federal level, as a member of the moderate and sensible coalition – Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development. We looked carefully at this coalition and decided that this is something that we can really get behind, something that we need to get behind – especially at a time of big political changes. We are joined by businesses, organizations, and individuals who want to strike a balance between energy development and wildlife conservation in the West. At Wyoming Wildlife Federation, we will fight to protect the rights of sportsmen to hunt and fish on public lands, now and for generations to come.
We invite you to check out the Sportsmen’s Bill of Rights.