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Species range maps for Wyoming developed by the Wyoming Natural Diversity Database.
Blue ribbon streams in Wyoming. Blue ribbon streams are defined as stream reaches with greater than 600 pounds of trout per stream mile.
This raster represents a binary prediction of distribution (present/absent) for the species based on inductive modeling of environmental suitability. WYNDD defines the distribution of a species as the fine-scale environments within its range that are suitable for occupation. A common modeling algorithm, Maxent (Phillips et al., 2004), was used to generate predictive distribution models for Wyoming's Species of Greatest Conservation Need. The resulting models were clipped to the species' respective ranges (Keinath et al., 2010). References: Keinath, D.A., M.D. Andersen and G.P. Beauvais. (2010). Range maps for Wyoming's Species of Greatest Conservation Need. Report prepared for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department...
This data set represents the Wildlife Habitat Management Area boundaries. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department, under the direction of the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission, administers lands and public easement areas that are home to vast numbers of fish and wildlife. The department maintains approximately 413,000 acres of land under deed, lease or by agreement and continually strives to acquire new access areas. These areas include access to nearly 225 miles of streams, over 21,000 lake surface areas, and more than 148 miles of road right-of-ways. Management of these lands demonstrates our state's commitment to its precious wildlife heritage and those people who seek to enjoy our wildlife and wild lands. Wyoming's...
Source Feature Occurrence Records: Distributed in data requests as individual observations of a single species or vegetation community at a specific location on a specific date, represented by polygons depicting the locational uncertainty distance in meters. Contact WYNDD for further information.