About the Wyoming Natural Diversity Database

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Wyoming Natural Diversity Database

shortHornedLizardMap.jpgThe Wyoming Natural Diversity Database (WYNDD) is Wyoming’s Natural Heritage Program, which collects and tracks information about Wyoming’s native plants, animals and ecosystems – especially the rare and endangered ones. They maintain this information in databases, maps and models, and provide this information to all interested parties, including land developers, land agencies, government officials, biologists and others.

Role in WyoBio

WYNDD is responsible for the biological components of WyoBio, including the distribution maps of thousands of species, and species descriptions, which came pre-loaded in WyoBio.

Data model produced by WYNDD