The Nevada Wildlife Action Plan is a comprehensive, proactive strategic plan that prioritizes 256 species and 22 key habitat types for management and conservation. Goals, objectives and outcomes are the basis for actions to conserve Nevada’s wildlife, keeping common species common and proactively preventing species declines. States are required to have these plans to be eligible for State Wildlife Grants, the major funding source that implements the plan. Plans are developed in coordination with other state and federal agencies, non-governmental organizations , universities, and the public. The Nevada Wildlife Action Plan is currently being revised, with a new edition expected in late 2022.