Public Affairs Specialist: Denise Rowell
Telephone: (251) 441-6630
Fax: (251) 441-6222
All Southeast Reason News releases can be found at the Regional Office web site: Southeastern Regional Office
Species Fact Sheets are available for a few of the listed species listed within the state. There are also fact sheets pertaining to the listing status of a few species as well
- Our normal procedure is to provide high-quality digital photographs via email. In some cases where a print copy is required, we will make every attempt to provide one. Additionally, we will provide suggested cut lines and photo credit information along with photographs. Many U.S. Fish and Wildlife photos are also available from the National Conservation Training Center's Digital Library System
Denise Rowell speaking at Tulotoma snail downlisting event.
Outreach is two-way communication between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the public to establish mutual understanding, promote involvement, and influence attitudes and actions, with the goal of improving joint stewardship of our natural resources.
The Alabama Ecological Services Field Office can provide a wide variety of assistance to schools, community and civic organizations, state and local governments, and others interested in learning about our programs to include protection of Endangered Species. Some types of outreach assistance we can provide include:
- Print and video materials
- Representation at school and community events
- Education seminars
- Guest speaker programs
- Public domain wildlife photos
Our national website also has great information and materials available for immediate download: