The Wildlife District is made up of district biologists and technicians, and technical guidance biologists. Technical Guidance/Private Lands biologists can assist you in planning your wildlife program (written wildlife management plans, harvest recommendations, etc.). The primary goal of the Technical Guidance Program is to work with individual landowners on a one-on-one basis, developing sound wildlife management programs. The primary responsibility of district biologists and technicians is to inventory and manage wildlife populations at the county and Wildlife District level. In addition to conducting annual countywide population surveys for wildlife of various species, District personnel provide wildlife management assistance to individual landowners, assist with field activities on wildlife management areas, and respond to a wide array of wildlife related issues and information requests in their assigned counties.