About the Twin Cities Ecological Services Field Office
Nick Rowse, staff biologist, collecting winged mapleleaf mussels for future propagation and restorations.
We are the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service office responsible for the following activities in Minnesota:
- identifying sources of environmental contamination, assessing impacts of contaminants to fish and wildlife resources, and helping to restore contaminated habitats;
- ensuring that fish and wildlife are considered by Federal agencies during project planning for construction of roads, bridges, dams, etc.
Below are links to more information about the Twin Cities Ecological Services Field Office, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the work we do.
Twin Cities Ecological Services Field Office Fact Sheet
Documents and Notices Available for Public Comment
All U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Offices in Minnesota
Volunteering with the USFWS
Jobs with the USFWS
About the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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