Protect Moose Habitat from Private Development
Moose that live in Grand Teton National Park and Bridger-Teton National Forest depend on intact habitat for survival.
Some Wyoming officials want to auction off 640 acres of undeveloped lands with intact habitat surrounded by the park and forest to private developers, which could destroy vital wildlife habitat.
Tell the Wyoming Board of Land Commissioners to prioritize conservation over private development at Grand Teton National Park.
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