Species Protection

Western Watersheds Project is committed to the preservation of native species of wildlife, fishes, and plant life which constitute the diverse communities representative of a variety of landscapes throughout the West.

Each member of the natural community is valued and deserving of rich and vibrant habitat, conditions that enable their continued existence.  What’s best is when communities of diverse species, landscapes, and water systems are allowed to exist naturally as a whole.

Unfortunately, all-too-often it takes a remarkable decline in population or habitat for land and wildlife managers to take steps that ensure a particular species is afforded the habitat it needs to survive, and thrive, into the future.

WWP works diligently to ensure that western land and wildlife managers secure the preservation of all native species by preserving the integrity of the habitat and water sources they need thrive.

2004 Western State College Poll on Gunninson Sage-Grouse.

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