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State Wildlife Action Plan (SWAP)
Required Elements
 
Congress identified eight elements that were required to be addressed in every state's SWAP.

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Pronghorn antelopeInformation on the distribution and abundance of wildlife species, including low and declining populations as the state fish and wildlife agency deems appropriate, that are indicative of the diversity and health of the state's wildlife


Descriptions of locations and relative condition of key habitats and community types essential to conservation of the species identified in (1)



 3. Descriptions of problems which may adversely affect species identified in (1) or their habitats, and priority research and survey efforts needed to identify factors which may assist in restoration and improved conservation of these species and habitats


 4. Descriptions of conservation actions proposed to conserve the identified species and habitats and priorities for implementing such actions


 5. Proposed plans for monitoring species identified in (1) and their habitats, for monitoring the effectiveness of the conservation actions proposed in (4), and for adapting these conservation actions to respond appropriately to new information or changing conditions
 6. Descriptions of procedures to review the strategy at intervals not to exceed ten years


 7. Plans for coordinating the development, implementation, review, and revision of the plan with federal, state and local agencies and Indian tribes that manage significant land and water areas within the state or administer programs that significantly effect the conservation of identified species and habitats


 8. Inclusion of broad public participation as an essential element of developing and implementing these plans
 
 
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