Recently, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service partnered with several companies to demonstrate trail-building and maintenance with compact electric heavy equipment machines at Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Woodbridge, Virginia — just 20 miles south of Washington, DC. We used the zero-emissions technology to improve public access at the refuge.
More than 320,000 visitors annually come to the three refuges in the Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge Complex — Baskett Slough, Ankeny and William L. Finley — in western Oregon. Since 2015, the refuges have been working to attract people of Latino heritage, about 25% of the population in the communities around the refuges.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service know that hunters of all backgrounds and abilities deserve access to quality hunting opportunities at America’s national wildlife refuges and other protected lands. We are proud to work with our state partners and other conservation organizations to provide hunting opportunities for all by hosting events for hunters with mobility, vision and other physical challenges.
|Fish and Wildlife Service Federal Register Notices Final Rule Proposed Rule Notice|
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|11/09/2021. Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Threatened Species Status With Section 4(d) Rule for Egyptian Tortoise|
|11/09/2021. Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Threatened Species Status With Section 4(d) Rule for Alligator Snapping Turtle|
|10/27/2021. Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Regulations for Designating Critical Habitat|