The National Wildlife Refuge System's Law Enforcement Division is responsible for physical security and emergency management on FWS lands. Refuge law enforcement officers have federal jurisdiction to enforce federal conservation laws throughout the United States. Officers deal with a wide variety of crimes, including but not limited to:
Our law enforcement officers work to minimize unauthorized urban and human-caused impacts to wildlife. Refuge officers work in partnership with other state, local, and regional agencies to help the Refuge achieve its mission and its goals.
If you are interested in applying for Refuge Law Enforcement position, please visit: www.USAJobs.gov
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The smallest of the North American terns, they are migratory seabirds that breed primarily along the California coast. Their swallow-like flight gave them their earlier common name, Sea Sparrows. They were listed as Federally Endangered in 1970 mainly due to habitat loss.