Animal Unit Month
Habitat quality and quantity around military bases throughout the state must be identified. The conservation action and proposed plans for GCN species and habitat monitoring occurs with help from several partners. These partners include the Bureau of Land Management, Onyx, United States Geological Survey, California
Department of Fish and Game, Mojave Water Agency, The Nature Conservancy,
the Department of Defense, the Department of Interior, California State University, Chares Corporation, Center for Biodiversity, National Park Service, Center for Natural Lands Management, the University of California, Salton Sea Authority, Audubon California, Defenders of Wildlife, National Parks Conservation Association, California Wilderness Coalition, California Department of Water Resources, Desert Wildlife Unlimited, New River Wetlands Construction, Environmental Defense, Mojave Desert Land Trust, Marine Corps Base, California State Coastal Conservancy, the Conservation Biology Institute, Wild Farms Alliance, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Earth System Science an Policy Institute, Klamath Bird Observatory, Green diamond Resource Company, Humboldt State University, Point Reyes Bird Observatory and the California Energy Commission. Revision of the conservation plans will take place as needed or new conservation plans will be put into action, depending on the finding of the reviews and reassessments of the GCN species and key habitats. The Colorado Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy is scheduled to be updated every 10 years with the first one beginning in 2005. This update will ensure the future of Alabama's wildlife and the habitat it depends on for survival. The career opportunities available in the field of veterinary science are numerous and varied. Careers in wildlife and habitat conservation play a vital role in state and federal animal regulation. Individuals can make a great impact on the growing effort to save the planet by choosing careers that protect and support endangered species and disappearing habitats. Wildlife must be protected all over the world. Delicate ecosystems depend on the symbiotic relationships of plants, animals, and humankind.