Division of Restoration strategy provides services to support nationally endangered species restoration policy including decision of listing or delisting wildlife in endangered species and their restoration planning. Also, the department helps management of nationally endangered species such as database management and assessment of ex-situ conservation institutions, and performs basic studies of endangered species including survey of geographic distribution of endangered species in Korea, wildlife habitat condition assessment for endangered species, selection of release site, and restoration monitoring of endangered species. Based on the studies, the Department contributes to systematical restoration of endangered species through pre/post evaluation.
Being cooperative with Restoration Laboratory and Operational Support Department as well as Dept. of Restoration Information, Restoration Strategic Intelligence Division manages information regarding endangered wildlife and supports policies related to endangered wildlife.
In order to restore endangered wildlife successfully, Dept. of Restoration Assessment helps to conduct surveys of geographic distribution of endangered species of the whole country and to make a decision of listing or delisting wildlife in endangered species. In addition, the department systematically analyzes and evaluates progress or/and results of the restoration project.
Dept. of Habitat Conservation establishes habitat restoration strategies, and the main subjects of their researches include natural environment conservation within habitat, selection of suitable habitat, release of endangered species, and coexistence of restored species in natural ecosystem.