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Lesser Prairie Chicken News

New Kansas Conservation Easement Protects Lesser Prairie-chickens


Final Report Released on 2017 Lesser Prairie-Chicken Aerial Survey


New Video Shows how LPC Range-wide Plan Works For Wildlife and Landowners


Aerial Surveys Confirm Lesser Prairie-Chicken Population Holding Steady


Prairie-chicken Restoration Efforts Take Flight in Southeast Colorado


Putting Conservation Easements to Work for Ranchers and Wildlife


WAFWA Reports on 2016 Lesser Prairie-Chicken Range-wide Plan Conservation Progress


Kansas officials urge federal agency to find listing of lesser prairie chicken not warranted


USDA Unveils Three-Year Conservation Strategy for Lesser Prairie-Chicken


WAFWA Encourages Oil & Gas Company Participation in Lesser Prairie-Chicken Conservation Plan


Workshop of Western Governors' Association's Species Conservation and ESA Initiative


Landowner and Industry Enrollment in WAWFA's Range-wide Plan Increases


Survey Shows Growth in Lesser Prairie Chicken Population


8 landowners slated to enroll 40,000 acres in the WAFWA RWP


Industry enrolls almost 4 million acres in Range-wide Plan


NRCS Partnered with Pheasants Forever to provide $5 million for Lesser Prairie Chicken Initiative


Occidental Petroleum Corporation Commits 1.8 Million Acres in RWP and other Conservation Programs


3.1 million acres have been enrolled in Lesser Prairie Chicken CCAs and CCAAs


Landowners have enrolled over 5.8 million acres in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) within LPC Range


NRCS conservation programs have conserved 1,259,612 acres of LPC habitat


701 landowners have signed Lesser Prairie Chicken Initiative (LPCI) contracts to preserve 942,572 acres


State Acres for Wildlife Enhancement projects have conserved 214,000 acres


Kansas State Wildlife Grants have conserved 11,155 acres


Colorado's LPCHIP has conserved more than 11,212 acres


Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has enrolled more than 15,000 acres in the Landowner Incentive Program