Rock Island Ecological Services Field Office

Midwest Region


Kraig McPeek

Field Office Supervisor


Rock Island Field Office

Ecological Services
1511 47th Avenue
Moline, IL 61265

Phone: 309-757-5800
Fax: 309-757-5807
Federal Relay: 800-877-8339

-8339 (Federal Relay)




Connect With Us


Facebook icon

Flickr icon
RSS Twitter icon
YouTube icon  





Let's Go Outside logo

Visit the Let's Go Outside web resource by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for information on children activities. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is a proud member of the Children and Nature Network.

Children Nature Network logo



Buy Duck Stamps icon


Prairie Bush Clover


We work with public and private entities to conserve and restore endangered species, migratory birds, wetlands, and other important fish and wildlife resources in Iowa and Illinois.

Map of Iowa and Illinois

Featured Story

Protections Finalized for Threatened Northern Long-Eared Bats

Biologist observing a northern long-eared bat with symptoms of

white-nose syndrome.

Photo courtesy of Steve Taylor; University of Illinois


January 14, 2016


In an effort to conserve the northern long-eared bat, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced a final rule today that uses flexibilities under section 4(d) of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) to tailor protections to areas affected by white-nose syndrome during the bat’s most sensitive life stages. The rule is designed to protect the bat while minimizing regulatory requirements for landowners, land managers, government agencies and others within the species’ range.


Continue News Release »


Northern Long-eared Bat Home





Sept. 17, 2015: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Will Study the Status of Four Midwest Species


News Release »


More about the 4 Midwest Species


Rusty-patched bumble bee



June 30, 2015: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Will Study the Status of Five Midwest Reptile and Amphibian Species: four occur in Illinois

News Release »


More about the 90-Day Finding »


Illinois chorus frog





See more stories in the
Fish and Wildlife Journal


2015 News Archive

2014 News Archive


Last updated: January 14, 2016