34.3 - Establish a formal, routine coordination and communication among federal, state, and tribal wildlife managers

Text from the Recreational Hunting and Wildlife Conservation Plan, 2008, Page 35

Establish a formal, routine coordination and communication among federal, state, and tribal wildlife managers—possibly relying on the Cooperative Conservation Task Force.

Assessment of Status: Partially Complete

While the Cooperative Conservation Task Force is dated, there are many venues for routine coordination and communication. These venues include the Federal Interagency Coordination on Outdoor Recreation (FICOR), Landscape Conservation Cooperatives and most recently a task force created with AFWA and the USFWS. While state and federal communication has been a focus, it appears that continued efforts could be made to incorporate tribal wildlife managers.

Supporting documentation and findings

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