Many visitors are looking for information on jobs or student jobs, endangered species, location of national wildlife refuges, how to get a permit - and we have hundreds of other Web sites too. We offer a number of different ways to navigate through our online information to find:
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|find, by name, the Web pages visited most often by our customers|
|National Programs/Functions||find the information regarding a particular topic (such as endangered species, jobs, wetlands, international affairs, news releases, planning...), especially those involving more than one office|
|Office Directory||find the information and the Web sites for each of our offices organized by state, Region, and type - fish hatchery, refuge, etc.|
|Recreation Sites||discover recreational opportunities on Federal lands (including those managed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Recreation.gov)|
|Publications||read Service-produced publications at our Conservation Library|
|Images/Photos||see digitized 35mm slides in the Image Library|
|Maps||see maps and Geographic Information System (GIS) data related to fish and wildlife management|
|Electronic Reading Room||view information already online, before submitting a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request|
|Online Databases||query online databases for specific information|
|State Agencies||state, provincial, territorial, and tribal natural resource agencies (they issue hunting/fishing permits...)|
|Videos||see streaming video of productions (and "B-roll" for the media) produced by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service|
The other bureaus such as the US Geological Survey (USGS) in the Department of the Interior, plus the Department of Agriculture and the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), have a wealth of fish and wildlife information too.
You can also contact us, if necessary.
U. S. Fish and Wildlife