View the wetlands program fact sheet. Wetlands are simply lands affected by water, resulting in unique plants and soils.
Statewide Wetlands Strategies by World Wildlife Fund | Waterstones
They may be classic cattail areas with a few feet of standing water, areas with very shallow water, or temporary habitats such as playa depressions on the eastern plains that only occasionally have standing water. Riparian areas next to streams that are subject to frequent flooding are also considered wetlands.
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In the past, only the Greater Yellowstone Area was acknowledged as continentally significant. Photo by Jeff Vanuga.
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Did you know? Black-necked Stilt are relatively common throughout the Intermountain West and can be found in similar habitats as American Avocets although stilts prefer more emergent vegetation. Black-necked Stilts are considered an important indicator species of contaminants in irrigation drain water due to their sensitivity to selenium Robinson et al. Other threats include loss of habitat and degradation of water quality.follow