We strive to share pertinent, up-to-date, science-based information with the public, and encourage individuals, organizations, local communities, and government agencies to work collaboratively to achieve meaningful trapping reform and progressive wildlife management.
As our society and climate rapidly change, resulting in significant impacts to our wildlife and habitat, we need a new and creative approach to wildlife management that involves the larger public. As trapping continues almost anywhere on public land, our people, pets and wildlife suffer the impacts. Tens of thousands of animals targeted for trapping die each year in Wyoming. Thousands more non-target animals, including dogs, livestock, endangered and threatened species, and birds of prey are trapped and killed as well. Education is a cornerstone to our approach to raise public awareness of the issues surrounding our outdated wildlife management. We believe change will follow.