Sage-Grouse

By September 2015, the Obama administration will make a decision on whether to list Greater Sage-Grouse as an endangered or threatened species. This one decision will dramatically affect land use for 165 Million Acres in the Western United States.

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Decline of key wild game populations has emerged as one of the most serious threats to the future of wildlife and our right as sportsmen. Moving beyond single-species focus, entire-ecosystem management allow for healthy populations of wildlife to thrive in modern environments.

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