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Coastal Program

Congressional Fact Sheet

Contaminants - Ecological Toxicolgy

Endangered Species - (County Maps, Descriptions)

Habitat Conservation and Regulatory Responsibilities

Partners for Fish and Wildlife

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Publications

Staff & Services (Office Addresses and Phone #'s)

Wetlands

Partners for Fish and Wildlife
North Carolina
   Goals  Habitats    Details   Partners    Q&A  Contacts Other Programs Featured Project (pdf) Award presented by Secretary of Interior

Partners for Fish and Wildlife is a National Program within the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.  It is a voluntary program designed to provide technical and financial assistance to landowners who want to restore and enhance fish and wildlife habitats on their property. 
 

All projects must benefit federal trust resources. Federal trust resources include: 
migratory birds, 
threatened andendangered species, 
and anadromous or migratory fish.

 

For additional information regarding this Web page, contact John Ann Shearer, in Raleigh, NC, at john_ann_shearer@mail.fws.gov

Other Sites of Interest

USWFS National Partners for Fish and Wildlife Home Page

Region IV (Southeast Region) Partners for Fish and Wildlife Web Page


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