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Wildlife Management advisory committees

Advisory committees exist for the purpose of developing recommended policies, plans and harvest prescriptions assigned by the Wildlife Policy Team. They serve to help the Wildlife Policy Team implement the department's mission. Their recommendations are to be science-based with consideration for social and economic impacts and institutional and legal constraints.

Each committee will have a charge developed or modified from previous efforts that will be reviewed and approved by the Wildlife Policy Team. The committee sponsor will work with the chair to develop the draft charge, which may be reviewed by the committee prior to submission to the Wildlife Policy Team.

Committees role is to advise the Wildlife Policy Team with recommendations. Committees do not speak for the department, but rather provide recommendations to department leadership.

Review the Wildlife Advisory Committees protocol [PDF].

Committee information

Contact information
For information about the Wildlife Management advisory committees, contact:
Wildlife Management
Last revised: Tuesday March 17 2015