Wapiti Junction

Wapiti Junction

Located north of the Hoback Rim, the property is part of relatively undisturbed lands between four mountain ranges, in close proximity to USFS, State, and BLM parcels. The property supports crucial habitat for moose and elk, and an important migration corridor and stopover area for mule deer. As the Roosevelt Fire recently burned through the property, it will offer a case study for monitoring succession of the diverse mosaic of native vegetative cover-types that were burned.

Total Acreage

39

County

Sublette

Decade acquired

2010

Conservation Values

Scenic, Wildlife

Wildlife habitat

Moose, Elk, Mule Deer, Pronghorn

Wildlife Migration Routes

MULE DEER

Habitat type (general)

Sagebrush Shrubland, Aspen Woodland, Montane Forest, Mountain Tall Shrub

Public Acccess

N/A

Year Protected

2018

Transfer Date

N/A

Fee Ownership

No

Program

JHLT

Service Area

Jackson Hole

Watershed/Drainage

Snake River

Cultural

N/A

Cultural Historical

N/A

Partnership

N/A

Partnership/Funding

N/A

Partnerships/Stewardship

Partnerships/Projects

Partnerships/Property spotlight

Working Lands

No

Community

N/A