Pacific

Pacific Region
About Us

The region is committed to

  • Collaborating with our numerous partners, including Tribes and state, local and federal agencies, Native Hawaiians, and Indigenous Pacific Island communities.
  • Being inclusive and welcoming to all people in the communities we serve.
  • Conserving, protecting and enhancing some of the most spectacular landscapes, wildlife and plants on the planet. 

Our regional office is in Portland, Oregon.

In This Region
American Samoa
Guam
Hawaii
Idaho
Northern Mariana Islands
Oregon
Washington

Leadership

Regional Highlights

Kristin Bates thought she knew what the future would bring when she started working at Makah National Fish Hatchery in December 2019. As the hatchery’s new project leader, Bates expected they would do what they’ve always done – rear salmon and steelhead, collaborate with the Makah Tribe, engage...
Seabirds spend most of their lives in the open ocean and have special adaptations to survive this cold and wet environment. Read more about the seabird species that are found on Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge.
Midway Atoll is well known as the site of a June 4-7, 1942 battle that was the turning point of World War II in the Pacific. What follows are a handful of lesser-known facts about Midway, which is home to Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge and Battle of Midway National Memorial.
Thanks to Tribal leadership and Service partnership, Pacific lamprey populations are expanding in the Wenatchee River basin.