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Links, News Articles, and  Information about the Gunnison Sage-grouse

Gunnison Sage-grouse Strategic Committee works at prioritizing and implementing conservation actions for grouse in the Gunnison Basin

Gunnison County Conservation Program  hosts the Strategic Committee and incorporates grouse management into their county planning

Sisk-a-dee is the only organization completely dedicated to the conservation of the Gunnison sage-grouse

High Country Conservation Advocates also maintains a Gunnison sage-grouse page with current conservation information

The Gunnison Sage-grouse Range-wide Conservation Plan was created by an interagency team in 2005 and has important biological information and conservation assessments and goals

Sagebrush Sea has a wealth of information and news releases from the environmental communities' perspective

Gunnison Trails maintains a Gunnison sage-grouse website and helps educate and inform recreationalists

The US Fish and Wildlife Service has a Gunnison Sage-grouse webpage that has current information about its US conservation status, as well as links to the Federal Register

Colorado Parks and Wildlife maintains a Species of Special Concern website about the grouse

GIS Database for Sage-grouse and Shrubsteppe Management in the Intermountain West

High Country News - "A Scarce Bird Tests the New Rule" article from the High Country News in 2000

"The Grouse Effect" article from the National Park Conservation Association, 2011

"Newly Discovered, Nearly Extinct" article from the New York Times, 2013