From the tops of the state’s highest summits to the lowest sage flats, the Wyoming Wildlife Federation supports and improves Wyoming’s wildlife through policy work. Habitat fragmentation, strained water resources, disease, climate, and invasive species all reduce Wyoming’s wildlife populations and diversity. These issues worsen with fewer resources for wildlife management and conservation programs.

WWF works for balanced policies that promote restoration, conservation, and reconnection of habitat across public lands, with working lands, healthy water systems, and communities.

These balanced policies are achieved through the legislative process, being a part of coalitions and working groups to influence state agency plans and advocating within the sportsmen communities for change.

At the core of the Summit to Sage policies are local Wyoming voices. By placing an emphasis on Wyoming’s citizens and communities, WWF ensures state and federal policy supports wildlife, habitat, and sporting traditions.

The Issues Addressed

Each Program that Wyoming Wildlife Federation runs affects a variety of different conservation Issues. Click on an Issue to find out more about it.

IssuesSustainable Wildlife Management
May 4, 2018

Sustainable Wildlife Management

Through our work in policy, advocacy, and public initiatives, we strive for management protocols that are sustainable for the wildlife, ecosystems, and the human economies that they effect.
Migrating Deer Photo by David Frame IssuesMigration Corridors
May 4, 2018

Migration Conservation

Intact and expansive ungulate migrations are unique to Wyoming and the continuation of these animal movements relies on the conservation of key corridors in specific regions of the state.
IssuesWildlife and Roadways
May 4, 2018

Wildlife & Roadways

Wyoming’s roadways see some of the highest rates of vehicle/ wildlife collisions anywhere in the United States. Working to reduce the hazard not only benefits wildlife but, also greatly helps reduce the number of human fatalities and injuries.
Habitat and Water ResourcesIssues
May 4, 2018

Habitat & Water Resources

Our vision is a Wyoming with clean water and healthy habitat to help support the wildlife and fish species that depend on them.

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