Looking to be inspired? Join us in our effort. The WYldlife Fund is a home for ALL people who love the wildlife of Wyoming. We desire to advance critical projects which will enhance the great outdoors of the Cowboy State. Whether it be helping construct wildlife crossings, inspiring the next generation of outdoor leaders to become involved or pitching in to sustain healthy habitat practices The WYldlife Fund is rolling up its sleeves to advance our great wildlife.
This is an all hands on deck approach and we need your help. As a new organization, we need YOU to become involved in this movement. Whether it is pitching in a few dollars, becoming an advocate for The WYldlife Fund or even volunteering your time we would love to have you on our team.
Interested in knowing more? Contact us and we will plug you in to this movement. Our wildlife is not only an amazing amenity and something we all hold dear but it is also a vital piece of the Wyoming economy. Families and small businesses across the state depend on a healthy and thriving great outdoors to provide for those they love. The sustainability of our state depends on keeping our ecosystems healthy. Will you join us on this critical mission?
Thanks to a generous gift from the Knobloch Family Foundation, The WYldlife Fund is thrilled to announce a $100,000 gift to the I-25 Buffalo to Kaycee Wildlife Crossing project! Click the photo below to learn more about this tremendous gift.
The WYldlife Fund kicked off its first annual art initiative in November of 2020. Jessie Dube of Buffalo painted this beautiful watercolor-Staring Contest. The approximate dimensions of the outside frame are 11X13 inches. All prints arrive custom framed and ready for display. Only 150 prints will be sold. Each piece of art is numbered, signed by the artist, and comes with a certificate of authenticity! Head to our store to order yours today.
The WYldlife Fund is actively giving back to Wyoming by recently adopting a stretch of Highway 789 between Hudson and Lander. We successfully completed our first cleanup this past fall and filled 40 TRASH BAGS! We pride ourselves on getting things done and giving back and will continue to do so.