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Landowner guide to sage-grouse conservation in Wyoming

Author(s): Leanne L. Correll, Rebecca M. Burton, John Derek Scasta, Jeffrey L. Beck
Year Published: 2017
Sagebrush ecosystems are complex and so are the efforts to conserve sage-grouse. Those who own or manage sage-grouse habitat play a critical role in conserving this species in Wyoming, and this guide is intended to provide a concise source of science-based information about the greater sage-grouse and the habitat required for its continued survival in a dynamic human-impacted environment.
Citation: Correll, L.L.; Burton, R.M.; Scasta, J.D.; Beck, J.L. Landowner guide to sage-grouse conservation in Wyoming. University of Wyoming Extension. B-1295.
Topic(s): Management Approaches
Ecosystem(s): Sagebrush steppe, Lower montane/foothills/valley grassland
Document Type: Management or Planning Document
NRFSN number: 15280
Record updated: Jun 20, 2017