Endangered Species
Ecological Services

ESA Implementation

California tiger salamander. Credit: Adam G. Clause

Ensuring an Effective Endangered Species Act

The ESA provides a broad and flexible framework to facilitate conservation with a variety of stakeholders. Learn about the tools in place that help us work with our diverse network of partners to deliver meaningful conservation.

 

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News

John Tobin and staff at Red Dog Operations. Courtesy of Teck Alaska Incorporated, Red Dog Operations.

Service Announces Endangered Species Recovery Champion Awards

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced recipients of the 2017 Recovery Champion award, which honors Service employees and partners for outstanding efforts to conserve and protect endangered and threatened species of fish, wildlife, and plants...
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Get to Know Your Species

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What's in Your Backyard?

Learn about the endangered and threatened species in your area and what is being done to help recover them.

 

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Species Status Assessment

New Mexico meadow jumping mouse. Courtesy of Jennifer Frey

An Integrated Framework for Conservation

The Species Status Assessment was developed to enhance conservation success under the ESA. This framework is based on the best available scientific and commercial information, and it delivers the foundational science for informing all ESA decisions...

 

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Last updated: May 30, 2018