North Carolina Sandhills Suboffice
Conserving the Nature of America
Longleaf Pine Ecosystem

Photo by S. Miller/USFWS

North Carolina Sandhills Sub-office

The North Carolina Sandhills office of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is responsible for coordinating red-cockaded woodpecker recovery in the North Carolina Sandhills as well as implementing the North Carolina Sandhills Safe Harbor Program.

In addition, our office promotes conservation, restoration, and ecologically sound management of the Southeast's "endangered" longleaf pine ecosystem, the ecosystem upon which red-cockaded woodpecker recovery depends, via full implementation of the newly revised red-cockaded woodpecker recovery plan.

Additionally, be sure to visit the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's website for red-cockaded woodpecker recovery.

Links

USFWS Customer Service Center - 1-800-344-WILD

Last Updated: March 16, 2012