BLM-WY, Watershed Health Study Using Amphibian and Bat Presence-Absence Distribution

BLM seeks to foster cooperative relationships to accomplish on-the-ground activities intended to improve the viability of fish, wildlife, and other biotic resources occurring on within the Upper Green River, Bighorn River and Platte River watersheds.

Specifically, the BLM, seeks to support
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continued study and development of known distribution maps for native amphibians and bats while working in close partnership with the State of Wyoming, other private stake holders and federal agencies and non-governmental organizations.
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Fish, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Resource Management

Department of the Interior

Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: Bureau of Land Management

Estimated Funding: $900,000

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