Carney 216

Protecting an important part of the 150-mile long Path of the Pronghorn, near a major bottleneck created by human development and natural changes in the terrain, the Carney easements ensure the continuity of one of the longest large mammal migration corridors in the United States.

Total Acreage

216

County

Sublette

Decade acquired

2000

Conservation Values

Agricultural, Scenic, Wildlife, Water

Wildlife habitat

Greater Sage-Grouse, Grizzly Bear, Trumpeter Swan, Pronghorn, Bighorn Sheep, Moose, Elk, Mule Deer, Amphibian,

Wildlife Migration Routes

MOOSE, MULE DEER, ELK, PRONGHORN,

Habitat type (general)

Wetland, Sagebrush Shrubland, Aspen Woodland, Riparian,

Public Acccess

N/A

Service Area

Green River Valley Program

Watershed/Drainage

Array

Year Protected

2007

Transfer Date

N/A

Fee Ownership

No

Program

GRVP

Cultural

N/A

Cultural Historical

N/A

Partnership

N/A

Partnership/Funding

N/A

Partnerships/Stewardship

Partnerships/Projects

Partnerships/Property spotlight

Working Lands

Yes

Community

N/A