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Greater Sage-Grouse
Greater
Sage-Grouse
The Greater Sage Grouse (Centrocercus
urophasianus) are a striking and charismatic bird,
and are most notable for their elaborate
courtship rituals.
Yellow-billed cuckoo
Yellow-billed
cuckoo
The Yellow Billed Cuckoo (Coccyzus americanus) are
currently listed as a Threatened Status under the ESA
(Endangered Species Act). Much of their habitat has been
lost to human encroachment.
Canadian Lynx
Canadian LynxThe Canada Lynx (Lynx Canadensis) are generally
solitary animals, hunting and traveling alone.
Their unusually large paws act like snowshoes,
making it a very adept hunter in the snow.
Grizzly Bear
Grizzly BearGrizzly bears are mainly solitary and territorial,
except for mothers and her cubs or when a
plentiful food source is discovered.
Gray Wolf
Gray Wolf(Canus Lupus) renowned for their iconic
howl, the gray wolf were once hunted to
near extinction in America..
Piping Plover
Piping PloverThe piping plover is is a small sand-colored, sparrow-sized
shorebird that nests and feeds along coastal sand
and gravel beaches in North America.
Whooping Crane
Whooping CraneThe whooping crane, the tallest North American bird,
is an endangered crane species named
for its whooping sound.
Black Footed
Ferret
Black Footed
Ferret
The black-footed ferret is listed as endangered by the IUCN,
because of its very small and restricted populations.
Pygmy Rabbit
Pygmy RabbitThe range of the pygmy rabbit includes most of the Great
Basin and some of the adjacent intermountain areas
of the western United States.
Greater Sage-Grouse
Greater
Sage-Grouse
Greater sage-grouse is a striking and charismatic
bird and is the largest grouse in North America.
The species is in decline across its range due to
habitat loss.
Yellow-billed cuckoo
Yellow-billed
cuckoo
The yellow-billed cuckoo is a cuckoo. Common
folk-names for this bird in the southern United
States are rain crow and storm crow.
Canadian Lynx
Canadian LynxCanada Lynx are made for hunting in deep snow,
with thick cushions of hair on the soles of their
feet that act like built-in snowshoes.
Grizzly Bear
Grizzly BearGrizzly bears are mainly solitary and territorial,
except for mothers and her cubs or when a
plentiful food source is discovered.
Gray Wolf
Gray WolfThe gray wolf is one of the world's best known
and well researched animals, with probably more
books written about it than any other wildlife
species.

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When we take care of Mother Nature, Mother Nature will take care of us. TerraWest Conservancy recognized this relationship and found that an unwavering trust is required between humans and the environment. Each day there is an extended hand crying for help from wildlife to mankind and we must answer. TerraWest Conservancy was organized within recent years as a "next step" in over twenty years of working, to make the Intermountain West a better place for wildlife, fisheries, and overall natural beauty. We soon realized that by improving the natural environment beautiful settings are created, landowner profits increase, and nature thrives.

As circumstances in life change for those who create the need to sell properties dear to them, we have found success in working with these owners by locating sources of funding and creating plans to satisfy their current needs. They realize that they have no need to sever their relationship with the land they love. Instead they discover that when they seek to help the environment on their private acreage, it means an increase in property value and access to funding, thereby allowing them to retain their land.

TerraWest Conservancy makes this possible.

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