you must demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the selected species, its habitat requirements, natural history and ecology. Then using what you have learned in this course, develop your own comprehensive management plan that will bring the population of the select species back from the brink of threatened or endangered status. You must clearly identify the factors or threats affecting your species of choice, link the management actions you propose to the threats the species faces, explain your methods of management, offer support as to why you chose the methods you did, and explain how you will monitor the implementation of your proposed plan to measure its success.For the plan, include the following main sections (subcategories are not required, but should be considered). This should be a complete proposal, not an outline.-Background on Target Species (e.g., common name, scientific name, state and federal listing status (e.g, endangered, threatened) and year of listing, historic range, current range.-Habitat and food sources used throughout all life phases.-Threats the selected species faces, now and in the future.-Goals & Objectives of the Management Plan-Goals: long term desires-Objectives: short term actions to meet goals-Resource Inventory-Topographic map-Soil survey-NWI map – if water features exist on the property-Local or regional field guides available-Review of earlier management plans-Management Compartments-How will you divide the territory into management units-Include an annotated aerial image or map (e.g., Google Earth)-Evaluate habitat quality for target species in each compartment-Management Practices (i.e., what actions are you proposing?)-Physical actions-Chemical actions-Biological actions-Costs-Time frame/timing concerns-Alternatives – consider alternatives and construct a table to evaluate important and practical options-Summary-Literature CitedNote that each reference in your Literature Cited section must be cited within the text.