1987: The Wyoming Chapter of the Wildlife Society presents Bert and Meg Raynes their citizen wildlifer of the year award. Plaque 12 by 9 by 0.75 inches.
1988: Wyoming Game & Fish Department presented to Jackson Hole Bird Club in appreciation for your assistance with the experimental trumpeter swan reintroduction program in Star Valley, Wyoming. Plaque 12 by 9 by 0.75 inches.
1993, January 14: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Special Commendation to Bert and Meg Raynes in recognition of exceptional contributions to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Plaque 13 by 10.5 by 0.75 inches.
1995, February: Rotary Senior Citizen of the Month to Bert Raynes. Plaque 9 by 7 by 0.75.
1995, May 4: Jackson Hole Bird Club & Friends to Bert and Meg Raynes for inspiring and guiding us and speaking for things wild. Thank you. Don’t quit. Plaque 10 by 8 by 0.75
?: Jackson Hole Ducks Unlimited Sportsman of the year to Bert Raynes, presented by Jack Dennis Outdoor Sports. Plaque 10 by 8 by 0.75.
2004-2007: In appreciation for participation with and dedication to The Upper Snake River Basin Local Sage-Grouse Working Group. Wooden plaque 10 by 8 by 0.75 inches
2005: Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance to Bert Raynes for Outstanding Conservationist. Glass plaque curved. 11 by 10 by 0.4 inches.
2007, September 7. Wyoming Outdoor Hall of Fame to Bert and Meg Raynes. Trophy 8 by 6 by 4 inches. Wyoming Game and Fish Announcement
2008, June 16: Town of Jackson, Proclamation Recognizing Hometown Hero/Curmudgeon Bert Raynes.
2009, March 10: Wyoming Game and Fish Department, letter of appreciation of the numerous contributions to local conservation. Framed letter 15 by 12 by 1.25 inches
2009, March 10: Wyoming Game and Fish Department to Meg and Bert Raynes in recognition of your many accomplishments and contributions to local conservation efforts and in appreciation for creating the Meg and Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund. Plaque 12 by 9 by 0.75 inches.
2013, December: The Jackson Hole Land Trust presented to Bert Raynes in recognition of a generous contribution made toward preserving the special beauty of East Gros Ventre Butte and Jackson Hole. In memory of Meg Raynes. Framed picture 30 by 15.5 inches.
2018, August 14: Bert Raynes, Murie Spirit of Conservation Award is awarded to a person whose life work demonstrates a commitment to conservation, civility and community. News story in Buckrail. News story in the Jackson Hole News and Guide.