Ecological Services
Conserving the Nature of America
Meet the Biologist

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 ...

Read Miore »

What We Do

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.

Where We Work

U.S. Map

With offices in all 50 states, the Ecological Services Program is working with you to meet the challenge of conserving the nature of America. Click on the map to find an Ecological Services Field Office in your state.

Learn More »



Great green macaw. Photo credit: Dick Daniels/Wikimedia CommonsU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Protects Two Rare Macaw Species

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife today announced it is listing the military and great green macaws as endangered under the Endangered Species Act. Both bird species are endemic to Central and South America. The agency found that both species are in decline, primarily due to habitat loss, fragmentation and degradation, small population size, and poaching.
News Release »

More News button

RSS the Wildlife and Habitat Conservation Facebook Podcast The Endangered Species Facebook YouTube twitter flickr RSS

Last updated: October 6, 2015