Resource Links

Pacific Southwest Region (Region 8)

This office supervises offices, refuges and fishery operations in California, Nevada and the Klamath Basin.


The Environmental Conservation Online System has data about species status, critical habitat, recovery plans, habitat conservation plans and other topics.

Fish & Wildlife Offices Serving California

These offices handle issues such as endangered species protection and recovery, environmental quality, and conservation partnerships. See information about jurisdiction

National Wildlife Refuges in Our Area

Law Enforcement

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

Army Corps of Engineers

Bureau of Land Management in California

Bureau of Reclamation Mid-Pacific Region

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 9

Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region

Geological Survey

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Fisheries Service

National Park Service

Natural Resource Conservation Service, California

Federal Register Notices

Fish & Wildlife Service Library

Main Federal Register Page

Documents Available for Public Inspection
(to be published in the next day or so)

Federal Internet Portals Federal engine

The Federal Register main page

Documents on public inspection

Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids

GeoData.Gov One-stop geographic data

Grants.Gov Find and apply for Federal grants


National Press Release portal


Regulations.Gov Comment online

RegInfo.Gov Information about Federal regulations





State of California Agencies

CA Environmental Protection Agency

California Bay-Delta Authority

Coastal Commission Coastal zone management except in the San Francisco Bay, which is handled by SF Bay Conservation & Development Commission

Coastal Conservancy purchases, protects, restores and enhances coastal resources, and provides access to the shore.

Water Resources

Fish & Game

Forestry & Fire Protection

Pesticide Regulation -- Endangered Species Project

Energy Commission

ICE U.C. Davis Information Center for the Environment

State Bar Environmental Law Links

State Parks

Water Resources Control Board