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Wildlife & Fisheries

Wildlife and Fisheries

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WYDOT has a full-time wildlife biologist who performs wildlife studies related to transportation. The biologist works directly with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, and the Bureau of Land Management to ensure that Wyoming's wildlife is protected.


WYDOT's Exemplary Ecosystem Initiative Awards

Baggs Underpass

Nugget Canyon Wildlife Underpass

Togwotee Pass Wildlife Structures

  • Togwotee Pass is located on US 26/287 between Moran Junction and Dubois Wyoming. The project is 38-miles long and consists of five wildlife underpass crossings and four multiuse underpass crossings.


Trappers Point Wildlife Underpasses and Overpasses

Additional Pictures of Wildlife and Fisheries Structures in Wyoming

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