Oil & Gas
U.S. Fish and Widlife Service, Reserve Pit Management: Risk to Migratory Birds: (2.1MB) This document is intended to help U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) employees and other natural resource managers understand reserve pits, their uses, associated mortality risk to birds and other wildlife, and alternatives to the use of reserve pits in drilling for oil and gas.
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Minimizing Risk to Migratory Birds in Oil & Gas Facilities: This website provides video guidance for oil and gas facility managers and staff, as well as information for all audiences discussing the potential risks certain infrastructure at oil & gas facilities pose to migratory birds, and solutions for avoiding and minimizing these risks.
US Fish & Wildlife Service 2012: Management of Oil and Gas Activities on National Wildlife Refuge System Lands The purpose of this handbook is to provide Service personnel with information regarding oil and gas activities throughout the National Wildlife Refuge System (NWRS), including best management practices for Oil & Gas operations on National Wildlife Refuges.
For oil and gas conservation measure resources, visit the Fluid Mineral Practices Conservation Measures page.