Division of Wildlife Create an Accountlast updated: August 2014Contact Division of Wildlife Create an Account to make additions or corrections to your profile.Related Success Stories for Division of WildlifeCulebra Range Community CoalitionThe Coalition works with a broad base of community partners to restore forest health, improve wildlife habitat, reduce risk of unnatural fire, and facilitate small diameter timber based businesses.Dolores River DialogueThe Dialogue is a consensus building effort to improve the flows on the Dolores River in Colorado below the McPhee Dam. Eastern Nevada Landscape CoalitionThe Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition is one of the first community-based efforts in the Great Basin to tackle restoration on a landscape-scale. Great Plains Geographic Information Systems PartnershipProject facilitates collaboration, communication and reduces redundancy in GIS data development for bird habitat assessment and conservation.Help Us Stop the Spread of Aquatic Nuisance SpeciesA cooperative effort between Federal, provincial, state, regional, and local agencies and many other stakeholders to prevent the westward spread aquatic nuisance species in North America.Henry Mountain Bison HerdSportsmen and ranchers negotiate win-win solutions to maintain livestock grazing and ensure quality bison hunts in the Utah Henry Mountains. Mountain Plover Conservation Efforts in ColoradoSeveral organizations partnered together to conduct research on over 300,000 acres of farm land in Colorado. Due to cooperative efforts, the plover was not listed as an Endangered Species.Pathfinder ProjectThe Pathfinder Project is a pilot program that through its involvement with an array of stakeholders works to define a process to provide for water management on National Forest lands in Colorado.Pathfinder Project on the Colorado “GMUG” National Forests Pathfinders developed 27 strategies to achieve instream flows without imposing federal restrictions on water diversions in 3 Colorado National Forests.Rich County Wildlife Habitat ConservationThe partnership will improve 24,000 acres of shrubsteppe habitat and collect pre- and post-treatment response data for vegetation and wildlife. Uncompahgre Plateau Project“UP” is a collaborative agency/community-based effort to restore the wildlife, native plants and natural ecological functions of the Uncompahgre Plateau.Utah Prairie Dog Recovery/Back From the Brink Program/Environmental DefenseThis partnership's new approach has begun to show that private landowners will participate in the recovery of listed species, even controversial ones, given the right incentives.