Pacific Region Highlights

Lets go outside - It's your Nature
Lets go outside - It's your Nature FWS Image

National Public Lands Day is also National Hunting and Fishing Day

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service celebrates National Public Lands Day by highlighting the millions of acres of lands within the National Wildlife Refuge System. Visit one of these beautiful places this weekend for FREE and observe the myriad of species that rely on this land for their food, water and habitat. Many of these species may be hunted or fished, so it is no surprise that this Saturday is also designated as National Hunting and Fishing Day. 

National Hunting and Fishing Day

Guide to Fishing on Refuges

Guide to Hunting on Refuges

Engaging and elevating the Hispanic voice in conservation
Engaging and elevating the Hispanic voice in conservation HECTO Image w/permission

Hispanic Americans: Embracing, Enriching, and Enabling America

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month - celebrated from September 15 to October 15 - we recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States and join them in celebrating their heritage and culture.  Hispanics have had a profound and positive influence on our country through their strong commitment to family, faith, hard work, and service.  The Service, in our efforts to provide an all inclusive workforce, celebrates the achievements of these individuals who have enhanced and shaped our national character with centuries-old traditions that reflect cultural customs and the importance of conserving our nation's natural resoucres.

Keeping Your Dreams - USFWS / Univision PSA

Access the 2016 National Hispanic Heritage Month Presidential Proclamation.

Hawaiian petrel

Endangered Hawaiian Petrels are one of two seabird species endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and are found nowhere else on Earth. USFWS

Hawaii, Oregon, Washington Receive $12.6 Million in ESA Grants

Hawaii, Oregon and Washington will receive $12.6 million in grants through the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Cooperative Endangered Species Conservation Fund to protect threatened and endangered species. The grants will enable states to work with private landowners, conservation groups and other government agencies to develop projects that protect federally listed species and their habitats. Overall, 20 states will receive $44.8 million in grants from the fund, which is authorized under Section 6 of the Endangered Species Act. 

News release

Grant details

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