The recovery of listed species is the cornerstone and ultimate purpose of the endangered species program and an underlying premise for all of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s actions. It is the process by which listed species and their ecosystems are restored and their future is safeguarded to the point that protections under the Endangered Species Act are no longer needed. There are multiple steps and aspects to our recovery program that we work with as we conserve and restore listed species:
See this report for a sampling of the many endangered species recovery actions that were implemented on the ground during 2009 by Fish and Wildlife Service field offices in the Pacific Region, ranging from the high desert of Idaho to the Mariana Islands.
Links to other sites:
Some listed species in the Pacific Region have more detailed information available on dedicated websites; links to those sites are provided here: Pacific Region Species Use the following link to go to our National Threatened and Endangered Species Recovery Program
Please select an office below to access more detailed information about a species in your area.