Eighty environmental groups have asked U.S. House and Senate leaders to stop adopting budget riders that prevent the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from writing or issuing Endangered Species Act protections for greater sage grouse.
Despite ‘slight growth’ in part of Wyoming, an exhaustive research paper carries warnings as it proposes standard methods to monitor greater sage grouse populations.
Wyoming adopts habitat mitigation rules as Trump’s BLM, thwarted by courts, issues second stab at greater sage grouse plan rewrite.
Essay says wildlife managers across the West are unrealistic when it comes to population losses and the reasons behind them.
A preliminary count of hunter-supplied wings shows a low ratio of chicks to hens, a key population indicator.