The first phase of Wildlife Values in the West, completed in 2005, involved 19 state fish and wildlife agencies and was funded by both participating state agency contributions and a grant awarded by the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies as part of the 2002 Multi-State Conservation Grant Program. Findings are being used to help participating agencies better prepare for the future of wildlife conservation in the US through an understanding of the diversity of wildlife-related interests in today’s society.

Links below highlight key concepts and findings from the project. To download pdf copies of the full project report and state-specific reports, click here