Habitat Partnership Committees
are designed to facilitate local decision
making regarding wildlife habitat issues and
improvements, and act as a vehicle for partnership
development and communication between private,
state, and federal entities. Creating partnerships
between habitat improvement proponents and
potential funding programs or funding organizations
is a major focus of the Arizona Habitat Partnership
HabiMap™ Arizona is intended to be used as an early planning tool for landscape-level analysis
and should be used in concert with all available data and expertise to ensure
project plans address wildlife and habitat conservation at all levels.
Site-specific analysis will require additional wildlife information and
on-the-ground expertise from the Arizona Game and Fish Department biologists.
For more information on environmental compliance issues and special status
species (including plants), please use the Online Environmental Review Tool.
Environmental Review tool provides information on known locations and status of
Arizona's special status plant and wildlife species, and provides information
and guideline links for incorporating wildlife conservation into project
planning. This information can be used to guide preliminary decisions and
assessments of proposed land and water development, management, and conservation
projects. This tool provides a special status species list for Phase I
Environmental Compliance and NEPA documents.