2015 Delaware Wildlife Action Plan
Funds appropriated by Congress through the State Wildlife Grants program require states to demonstrate comprehensive wildlife conservation needs. This includes all species and all habitats. Delaware's Division of Fish & Wildlife is actively involved in this process and has created a Delaware Wildlife Action Plan to coordinate wildlife conservation practices in the 21st century.
2015 Delaware Wildlife Action Plan Review and Revision
DNREC's Division of Fish & Wildlife announces the launch of its 2015 Delaware Wildlife Action Plan revision process. The Wildlife Action Plan is critical to helping Delaware fulfill its responsibility to conserve its abundant fish and wildlife and natural habitats for future generations. By Congressional State Wildlife Grant requirements, each state and territory must revise this comprehensive document every 10 years. The federal State Wildlife Grants program assists state fish and wildlife agencies with conservation of nongame species. To remain eligible for these funds, each state and territory must revise its Wildlife Action Plan every 10 years. Please see the DNREC press release announcing the 2015 revision to get more details and for information from some key members of the Division of Fish & Wildlife Delaware Wildlife Action Plan development team.
Delaware Wildlife Action Plan Revision Progress
General comments, questions or concerns can be sent to DEwildlifeactionplan@gmail.com. If your message concerns a specific species or habitat, please have this indicated in the subject of the email.
Delaware Wildlife Action Plan Fact Sheet
2005 Delaware Wildlife Action Plan
Delaware Wildlife Action Plan Document
Wildlife Habitat Classification Chart
Species of Greatest Conservation Need
Conservation Issues - view issues by individual wildlife species or habitats
How to Get Involved - conservation information and volunteer opportunities
History of Conservation
Blackbird-Millington Corridor - an example of a local conservation action plan
Click here to learn more about other state Wildlife Action Plans!