Ecological Services
Conserving the Nature of America
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Jay Davis.

Salmon restoration in the Pacific Northwest and specifically the Puget Sound in Washington has long been a complex conservation problem. Contaminants toxicologist Jay Davis has been working on this problem for much of his career...

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The Ecological Services Program is a leader in conserving our nations' imperiled species and their habitats, ensuring that sustainable populations of fish, wildlife, and plants continue to thrive for future generations.

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With offices in all 50 states, the Ecological Services Program is working with you to meet the challenge of conserving the nature of America. Click on the map to find an Ecological Services Field Office in your state.

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Homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Credit: Greg Thompson/USFWSService Requests Public Input on Proposed Changes to Coastal Barrier Resources System in Six States Affected by Hurricane Sandy

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has made available for public review and comment proposed revisions to the boundaries of the Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) in Connecticut, Maryland, New York (Long Island), Rhode Island and Virginia.
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Last updated: December 18, 2018