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The Branch of Habitat Assessment provides ecological information and habitat assessment tools for protection, restoration and management of the nation's fish and wildlife.

The responsibilities of the Branch are to address the operational needs of the Service for ecological information and data. The Branch develops this information and other tools to support status and trends reporting and natural resource decision making by the Service and others. This information is an important indicator of the habitat conservation needs and successes of the nation.

The Branch also works closely with the National Wetlands Inventory to generate information about the characteristics, extent and status of the Nation's wetlands and deepwater habitats.  To learn more, go to the National Wetlands Inventory Web Page.

 

To Contact Us:
U.S. Department of the Interior
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Division of Habitat Conservation
1849 C. Street NW
Room 400 - Arlington Square
Washington, D.C. 20240
703/358 2201
FAX: 703/58 2232

 

Benjamin N. Tuggle, Ph.D., Chief
Division of Habitat Conservation
Phone: 703-358-2161

John Cooper, Chief
Branch of Habitat Assessment
Phone:703/358 2161

 

 

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For disclaimer information, credits, and contact information about these web pages, please see the disclaimer page
on the Division of Habitat Conservation Index Page.

Last Modified: January 10, 2000