Raleigh Ecological Services Field Office
Conserving the Nature of America

Educational Outreach Program in North Carolina

<p>Fish and Wildlife Biologist John Ann Shearer helps children plant cinnamon ferns, wildflowers and blueberry shrubs in a new rain garden on the A.B. Combs Elementary campus. Credit: Teresa Furr.</p>

Fish and Wildlife Biologist John Ann Shearer helps children plant cinnamon ferns, wildflowers and blueberry shrubs in a new rain garden on the A.B. Combs Elementary campus. Credit: Teresa Furr.

 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees are available for outreach opportunities in the community. Samples of programs available: Endangered Species in North Carolina, Invasive Species in North Carolina, the Red-cockaded woodpecker, the Red Wolf, The Safe Harbor Program, An Overview of the National Wildlife Refuges in North Carolina.

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Outreach Materials

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Fact Sheets:

USFWS Outreach Links

Junior Duck Stamp Program

 
Last Updated: 12/10/13