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Wyoming: Table Mountain Wildlife Habitat Management Area

Table Mountain boasts several semi-permanent and seasonal wetlands that host hundreds of thousands of migrating birds annually.

DU Conservation Efforts to Support Waterfowl in Goshen County

Goshen County is a focal point for some of Ducks Unlimited’s most important wetland and waterfowl habitat restoration efforts in Wyoming. Since DU began work in Wyoming they have conserved 1,173 acres of waterfowl habitat in this county alone.

Fremont County

This page lists data about the Freemont County Project.

Crook County

This page lists data about the Crook County project.

Winchester Ranch

Conservation groups, working together, are making great strides in improving waterfowl habitat in Wyoming. Ducks Unlimited, working with Partners for Wildlife (PFW), contributed to the restoration of eight basins, totaling 21 acres, on The Nature Conservancy’s Winchester Ranch in Fremont County. Through this project, over 110 acres of adjacent upland grass will now being managed for waterfowl production.

Goshen County

This page lists data about the Goshen County project.

Alkalai Lake

Ducks Unlimited (DU) is working to the restoration of wetlands and grasslands in Wyoming by partnering with the state’s Partners for Wildlife (PFW) program.

Wyoming Conservation Projects

Ducks Unlimited habitat conservation projects in Wyoming. These projects benefit waterfowl, other wildlife and people. View sample projects, project map and more.
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