2015 State Wildlife Action Plans
State Wildlife Action Plans (SWAPs) are developed by U.S. states and territories to conserve wildlife and habitat before they become too rare or costly to restore. In 2005, all 50 States and five U.S. Territories developed a State Wildlife Action Plan. Each plan includes the identification of Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) for that state. Revisions to the State Wildlife Action Plans occurred in 2015. The next major revision will be completed by 2025. Following are links to the SWAPs for the 13 Northeastern states.
List of Northeast State Wildlife Action Plan representatives