The Department of Fish and Game manages and preserves more than 200 wildlife and ecological reserves. It also provides solutions for the preservation of marine, and plant resources. The department s services include habitat maintenance and the protection of various fish species and public resources. It also provides recreational, commercial, scientific and educational programs. The Department of Fish and Game issues licenses, permits, stamps and tags; collects revenue; and provides information on natural assets. It also maintains a library that provides wildlife-related documents for individuals, government organizations and corporate businesses. The department also provides an online fishing guide. It employs scientists, wardens, pilots and other support staff members. The Department of Fish and Game is a part of the California Resources Agency, which oversees the management of California's natural resources.