Michigan's Wildlife Action Plan is a partner-developed strategic framework to cooperatively conserve wildlife and their habitats. The 2015 revised plan focuses on priority habitats, and uses rare and common wildlife as measures of progress towards achieving the plan's goals. The partner-identified priorities link with existing programs and plans such as the Michigan Waterfowl Legacy, the Lake Sturgeon Rehabilitation Strategy, the Kirtland's Warbler Recovery Plan and the Pheasant Restoration Initiative. The Wildlife Action Plan continues to bring public and private organizations together to work towards shared goals. Partners can voluntarily choose to implement conservation actions identified in the plan that will also help meet their own goals and needs.