Smart Planning Completed for Development and Habitat Conservation

Photo: USFWS

Featured Stories

The Fish and Wildlife Field Notes records the activities and accomplishments of Service employees across the Nation. Here are recent stories from our office:

Beating Back Extinction One Plant at a Time

Surveying for Endangered Species

Jewelflower Returns to Tulare Hill

Bridging the Way to Nature from the Classroom

Smart Planning Completed for Development and Habitat Conservation for Santa Clara Valley

Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office Welcomes New Field Supervisor

Banking to Save Endangered Species

Planting in the Shade of a Fallen Oak

Susan Moore, SFWO Field Supervisor, Retires

Protecting Wildlife and Creating Renewable Energy on the Carrizo Plain

Helping Wildlife Avoid the Rivers of Predators

Endangered Bird Gets a Home Away from Home

CTS – and the ‘Ambassadors’ of Their Species

Two Day’s Knowledge of the Endangered Species Act

A Safe Place for the Endangered Shasta Crayfish

Spanish Delegation Visits SFWO, Conservation Science Crosses the Pond

Salmon Spawning Science, An Intern's Trip to the River Documented

San Joaquin River Restoration Program Wins Partners in Conservation Award

Folsom Dam, Johnny Cash, and the Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act

Building a Bank Takes More Than Just Snakes

Don't Forget to Water the Classroom (Story and Video)

Partnering Protects Kanaka Valley

Field Office Spreads Holiday Cheer

California's 9th Circuit Court Upholds Designation for Vernal Pool Critical Habitat (212 KB PDF)

Employees Raise $3,400 for Former Service Biologist's Battle With Cancer

Getting Ready for the State Fair Takes Teamwork by Eager Youths

Recovery Act Funds Habitat Restoration at Cloverdale Coastal Properties


Winegrape grower works to restore habitat

San Francisco garter snake returns to its namesake city