We evaluated the exposure of 194 plant species of conservation and management concern to energy development activities in Wyoming. This included 39 BLM Special Status Species (SSS) plants and 155 other Wyoming plant species of concern (SOC) or potential concern (PSOC) known from BLM lands. The majority of species (76.3 %) had negligible or no exposure levels (< 1%) to either oil & gas or wind energy development at current or projected levels. Of the five SSS species and 41 other species with exposure levels greater than 1% to either type of energy development, 41 (21.1%) were exposed to oil & gas development, seven (3.6%) were exposed to wind development, and only two ( 1.0 %) were exposed to both oil/gas and wind development. Fifteen species were flagged as having moderate or high exposure levels (greater than 15% exposure to oil & gas development at current or projected levels) while only one species, Laramie false sagebrush (Sphaeromeria simplex), had greater than 5% exposure to wind development at projected levels.