Conservation Science
Northeast Region
New England cottontail


Science Resources


From the creation of the world's most comprehensive wildlife surveys to Rachel Carson's pioneering work on the effects of DDT on migratory birds, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has built a reputation for science excellence that spans decades. On this page you will find resources for supporting and strengthening our agency's tradition of scientific excellence, as well as tools, research and projects that integrate and apply the best available science and practices toward common species and habitat goals at landscape scales.



Science Applications

Science Applications works to expand the availability of science and technology relevant to the Northeast conservation community, ensure the quality of scientific information we use in decision-making and continually build our capacity to integrate emerging science into our work. Learn more.



North Atlantic LCC Projects



Appalachian LCC Projects



Refuges Division of Natural Resources Science Updates



White Nose Syndrome



Conservation Science News and Updates

A periodic summary of news and information related to applied conservation science in the Northeast and beyond. Learn more.



U.S. Geological Survey National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center



Northeast Climate Science Center (USGS)


Last updated: March 12, 2015