Ecological Services
Northeast Region
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Two freshwater mussels added to endangered species list with designated critical habitat in VA slabside pearlymussel
Service estimates economic impacts of critical habitat designation for rabbitsfoot mussel rabbitsfoot mussel
Service estimates economic impacts of critical habitat designation for West Virginia fish diamond darter

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Reviews under sections 7 (consultation) and 10 (incidental take permitting) are conducted by our field offices throughout the region.

Please contact the field office for your state regarding requests for early coordination, species list requests, species survey protocol, and other information relating to ESA project reviews.

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What we do

The Service leads recovery and conservation of our nation's imperiled species as the principal federal partner responsible for administering the Endangered Species Act.

Our Endangered Species biologists work with many partners, including tribes, federal and state agencies, companies, private landowners and conservation groups, to protect and restore listed and candidate species and their habitats.

These responsibilities include the following:

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Last updated: September 27, 2013