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New data on the Wyoming sage grouse population indicates that bird numbers should continue to grow in the coming year based on an analysis of sage grouse wings ...

County to fight added acreage for sage grouse

Fremont County Commissioners intend to fight the Bureau of Land Management's proposal to withdraw 252,000 acres of land identified as greater sage grouse ...

Judge considers new grouse regs

RENO, Nev. (AP) -- A federal judge put a Nevada lawsuit challenging U.S. sage grouse protections on the fast-track Wednesday but said she isn't ready to decide ...

Nevada warned efforts to block grouse regs could backfire

RENO, Nev. (AP) -- Attempts by rural Nevada counties, mining companies and others to block new U.S. policies intended to protect the greater sage grouse could ...

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Park County: Delist bears soon
CODY (AP) -- The Park County Commission in northern Wyoming has passed a resolution urging the federal government to ...

Leaders say grouse decision was good

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's decision on Sept. 22 not to list the sage grouse as an endangered species was a good one, according to some local people ...

Government 'would have been crazy' to turn down grouse plan

Editor:
The federal government would have been crazy to turn down the sage grouse plan put together by the working group in Wyoming, which is why I thought ...

Mead joins Montana cohort in call for changes to species act

CHEYENNE -- The process of removing Endangered Species Act protections from recovered species should be made more straightforward and predictable not only for ...

A lesson to us

With the sage grouse, Wyoming proved a different path to resolving conflict can work

Against long odds at the outset, the greater sage grouse will ...

With grouse deal done, Species Act targeted for improvement

Wyoming Gov. Matt heads to Washington, D.C., this week to push for improvements to the Endangered Species Act.
Mead leads the Western Governors Association ...

Sage grouse decision good for bird, nation

Editor:
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service announced Tuesday that the greater sage grouse does not warrant protection under the Endangered Species ...

State OK with decision not to list sage grouse

CHEYENNE --People in the state with the most sage grouse and energy development in their habitat mostly welcomed Tuesday's announcement by the Interior ...

Tuesday notes

Grouse deliberations
The Obama administration isn't popular in Wyoming, but many in the state are cheering the decision Tuesday by the U.S. Department ...

Feds rule greater sage grouse does not need protections

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said the decision shows that wildlife laws can serve as a "catalyst for conservation" while allowing for economic ...

Decision on sage grouse listing may be this week

A decision by the U.S. government on whether to propose protections for the greater sage grouse in Wyoming and 10 other western states could come this week, ...

Listing or no listing, more federal money pledged to protect grouse

BILLINGS, Mont. -- The federal government plans to spend more than $200 million over the next three years on programs to protect greater sage grouse in Western ...

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Average ACT score 19.8 in state
New results show that Wyoming students scored about the same as they did last year on the ACT college entrance ...

Data collected on sage-grouse populations so far in 2015 is encouraging, but the year still could be less-than-favorable for the birds.
Experts say climate is ...

Wind turbines have the potential to disrupt sage grouse habitat or impact the birds in other ways.
Renewable energy companies face series of challenges when ...

Year of the grouse

Wyoming's 'sage chicken' part of nearly every energy discussion

Watching the colorful strutting behavior of Centrocercus urophasianus roosters, ...

 
 

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