The Creekspirit Wildlife Foundation recognizes that, to be effective, wildlife conservation efforts must be planned and implemented on a regional scale. For example, California now has a Wildlife Action Plan, prepared by the Wildlife Health Center of the University of California, Davis, for the California Department of Fish and Game. The plan identifies species at risk, threats to wildlife diversity, and actions that can and should be taken statewide to protect our wildlife in the future. Similar action plans have been adopted in other Western states.

The Foundation seeks to partner with other like-minded nonprofit organizations, as well as state agencies as appropriate, in support of wildlife protection and preservation initiatives. It intends to pursue collaborative projects that will further broad-based wildlife conservation efforts as well as the specific goals of state wildlife action plans on both a regional and local level.