La Crosse Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office
Established in 1981, the La Crosse FWCO, is one of sixty-five FWCO field offices across the country managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service....Read More
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- Lake Trout Fins Indicate Success
- Wood Duck Box Partnership
- Take a “Bite” out of Classification
- Successful Bloater Egg Collections
- School Gets New Mussel Work
"Fish Tails” refers to articles that are submitted by field staff that do not appear as a feature in the current edition of Fish Lines. These articles provide examples of the diverse work that the Service's Midwest Fisheries Program and partners perform on behalf of our aquatic resources and for the benefit of the American public.
"Field Notes” is an online searchable database that showcases hundreds of employee-written summaries of field activities and accomplishments of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from across the nation.
Last updated: January 8, 2015