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WY Wildlife & Habitat Vulnerability

Assessing the future vulnerability of Wyoming's wildlife and habitats.

This page contains links to products resulting from a comprehensive assessment of the vulnerability of 131 terrestrial Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN), 11 terrestrial habitat types, and 44 terrestrial priority areas to climate change, residential and energy development, and wildlife disease, as well as cumulative vulnerability to all three of these stressors. These terrestrial species, habitats, priority areas and challenges to wildlife were identified in Wyoming’s 2010 State Wildlife Action Plan (SWAP).  These reports contain information useful for highlighting species or habitats that may be most susceptible to changes.

This project is a collaboration of Wyoming Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, The Wyoming Game and Fish Department, and the Wyoming Natural Diversity Database.

Press Coverage

Press Release
Casper Star Tribune
Wyoming Public Media


Assessing the future vulnerability of Wyoming’s terrestrial wildlife species and habitats. Appendices.

Vulnerability of Wyoming’s terrestrial wildlife and habitats.

Results database

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Wyoming Natural Diversity Database

1000 E. University Ave.

Department 3381

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-3023


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