Grey Cliffs Ranch has taken on a large habitat restoration project, and the wildlife have taken very well to it. With thousands of acres planted into grasslands, limited grazing practices, and wetlands enhancement, the difference can be seen each year. While in the past there were deer and an occasional elk on the ranch, now we have hundreds of elk wintering here, sharptail grouse have flourished in the grasslands, Hungarian partridges are now thick, and pheasants are holding over through the winters. The antler sizes on the deer have increased, and with the elk being here occasional wolf sightings are happening. This is a photo of what happens when 500 elk go from point A to point B, a new trail is cut into the hillside.