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The Muddy Creek watershed has been identified as having a high conservation value for Wyoming's fish species, big game crucial winter range and parturition areas, myriad neotropical migrant birds, abundant sage-grouse, and occupied habitat for the only population of Columbian sharp-tail grouse in Wyoming. Objectives of this project are to 1) Construct or maintain 4 vegetation exclosure projects, 2) Plant riparian vegetation, 3) improvement projects, monitoring of the area would be conducted to document the success of management efforts and identify areas where improvement is needed. Implementation of this project will benefit a diversity of fish and wildlife resources within an important ecosystem including...
This project will improve fish movements in the Upper Big Sandy River by fish screen and fish passable irrigation diversion replacement.
This project will take place on Rock Creek which is a tributary to Bear River. This project involves the replacement of four irrigation diversions with fish passable weir structures to benefit native fish species.
Large long-term project to restore connectivity and fish passage in the LaBarge Creek system.


    map background search result map search result map Muddy Creek Enhancements (by Wyoming Youth Conservation Corps) Fish Migration Enhancements on Upper Big Sandy River LaBarge Creek Restoration Rock Creek Fish Passage Structures Muddy Creek Enhancements (by Wyoming Youth Conservation Corps)