Ecological Services
Conserving the Nature of America
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Robert Allen

Robert Allen, a wildlife biologist at the East Texas Sub-office in Nacogdoches, climbs ladders and builds artificial nest and roost cavities for the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker as part of a recovery effort to enhance nesting ...

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The Ecological Services Program is a leader in conserving our nations' imperiled species and their habitats, ensuring that sustainable populations of fish, wildlife, and plants continue to thrive for future generations.

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Delmarva Peninsula fox squirrel, successfully recovered due to efforts of stakeholders and the Endangered Species Act. Photo Credit: Guy WilleyDelmarva Fox Squirrel Leaps Off Endangered Species List

Due to the successful conservation efforts of states, landowners, conservation groups and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Delmarva Peninsula fox squirrel has been recovered and will be delisted from the Endangered Species Act. The recovery was announced by Department of Interior official Michael Bean and Sen. Tom Carper (DE) today at Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Milton, Delaware.
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Last updated: November 16, 2015