Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Floridalast updated: August 2017

The Southeast Region Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program provides technical and financial assistance to private landowners interested in improving habitat for migratory birds, endangered, threatened and at-risk species while maintaining the their primary land management goals. This is a voluntary program in which landowners continue to manage their land for their objectives as well as for wildlife, which most of the time go-hand-in-hand.

Our locally-based field biologists provide personalized attention and work one-on-one with private landowners to: - Plan, implement, and monitor their projects, - Identify other partners to participate in projects, - Identify sources of funding, and - Provide guidance through the permitting process, as necessary.

Types of Projects

We place particular emphasis on projects with the potential to provide habitat for rare, threatened and endangered species; migratory birds and fish; and species at-risk of requiring Endangered Species Act protection.

  • Livestock exclusion fencing/alternate water supply construction,
  • Streambank stabilization,
  • Restoration of in-stream aquatic habitats,
  • Longleaf or shortleaf pine planting
  • Forest enhancement through midstory management or prescribed burning,
  • Native grass and forb planting
  • Wetland restoration/enhancement,
  • Riparian reforestation, and more.

Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Florida

Contact Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Florida

Joseph Prenger
Fish & Wildlife Biologist
7915 Baymeadows Way
Suite 200
Jacksonville, Florida  32256-7517
Phone: (904) 731-3096
Fax: (904) 731-3045


Service Area

Statewide Program in:
  • Florida

Office Locaters

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