Headquarters staffers show they're serious about wildlife crime. Credit: USFWS
Headquarters staffers show they're serious about wildlife crime. Credit: USFWS

Service, Partners Fight Wildlife Crime

March 03, 2015
Poaching and wildlife trafficking threaten some of the world’s best known and most beloved species, including elephants and rhinos, as well as lesser-known species like the pangolin. On this World Wildlife Day, the Service joins partners around the world to show that we are serious about wildlife crime. We’re strengthening law enforcement efforts, coordinating domestically and internationally to combat wildlife trafficking, and in 2014 alone, the Service invested more than $15 million in wildlife security support worldwide. We hope you will join us, this World Wildlife Day and every day, to end the illegal wildlife trade.
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Snow geese erupt in flight over Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Delaware. Credit: Photo courtesy of Benjamin Hoffman.
Snow geese erupt in flight over Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Delaware. Credit: Photo courtesy of Benjamin Hoffman.

National Wildlife Refuge System Turns 112 in March

February 26, 2015
If you love nature and wildlife, join us March 14 to celebrate the 112th birthday of the National Wildlife Refuge System, the world’s premier network of public lands dedicated to wildlife conservation.
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Children fish at Patuxent Research Refuge in Laurel, Maryland, with some friendly adult encouragement. Credit: Courtesy of Ed Grimes.
Children fish at Patuxent Research Refuge in Laurel, Maryland, with some friendly adult encouragement. Credit: Courtesy of Ed Grimes.

National Wildlife Refuges Help You Go Fish

February 24, 2015
Teach a child to fish, and you do even more than feed her for a lifetime. You'll spend a day outdoors together, learn a time-honored pastime, tune in to the natural world around you and share the thrill of the catch. Mark your calendar now for these learn-to-fish events on national wildlife refuges this spring and summer.
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