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Wildlife Management Area Plans
Management plans are developed for each of the WMAs on a five year rotational basis. These plans are comprehensive in that they provide detailed descriptions of the areas, provide a history of the property, outline existing habitat and provide a plan for implementing future habitat management activities.
The WMA Plans are important because they provide the framework in which implementation of habitat management to provide for optimum wetland or upland habitats can take place as well as to provide opportunities for the public to use the WMAs. The WMA plans are developed by the Regional Wildlife and Fisheries Biologists with input from the Research Assessment Section, Lands Management Program, and the Engineering Division within the Department.
Links to these plans will be provided as the most recent versions are completed.