Posted by WAFWA on November 23, 2022
Congratulations to Jim Heffelfinger for being named Dallas Safari Club's 2023 recipient of the Conservation Trailblazer Award.
Posted by WAFWA on October 19, 2022
The NFWF is soliciting proposals for projects that enhance and improve the quality of state-identified, or tribal-identified, priority big game habitat, stopover areas, and migration corridors
Posted by WAFWA on September 9, 2022
Partnering with Resources Legacy Fund, WNTI has funded 20 restoration sites along the Bear River watershed that extends through Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming.
Posted by WAFWA on August 9, 2022
WAFWA honored conservation professionals at their virtual award ceremony at the 2022 WAFWA Summer Conference (recorded ceremony available).
Posted by WAFWA on July 14, 2022
The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) kicked off their centennial celebration last night in a Oklahoma City. One of the events featured was the “Spirit of Western Wildlife” art exhibition and auction. The art exhibition featured twenty-one pieces contributed from across the West. Each person at the…
Posted by WAFWA on June 23, 2022
WAFWA will be launching its 100th year celebration on the evening of Wednesday, July 13, 2022 during our annual Summer Meeting. The launch party will take place at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. In addition to dinner, music, and museum tours, guests at this event…
Posted by WAFWA on April 11, 2022
There is perhaps nothing more evocative of the American West than herds of elk, mule deer or pronghorn moving freely across the landscape. And a new series of detailed maps reveals their migration pathways -- thanks to a team of state, federal and tribal scientists.
Posted by WAFWA on March 15, 2022
Aerial surveys will begin March 23 and run through mid-May in five states containing lesser prairie-chicken habitat.