RALEIGH, N.C. (Oct. 26, 2018) — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is seeking public input on five draft Species Conservation Plans until Nov. 26.
The plans will guide agency efforts to maintain and increase populations of several species that are declining in North Carolina and need additional conservation help to survive. Each plan presents biological information, causes of decline, conservation goals and potential conservation actions. The five draft conservation plans are:
After collecting and considering all public comments, Commission staff will present the draft plans to the Wildlife Commissioners for their approval at their February 2019 business meeting. Once the plans are approved, the Commission and partners will use them as blue prints for conservation of the species.
Read the plans and provide input.