Environmental Assessment for a Proposed Multi-use Facility and a Visitor Contact Station for the Coastal Delaware National Wildlife Refuge Complex


Environmental Assessment for a Proposed Multi-use Facility and a Visitor Contact Station for the Coastal Delaware National Wildlife Refuge Complex

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service, FWS) proposes to design and construct a multi-use facility that will replace the current administrative headquarters and visitor center at Bombay Hook NWR and a visitor contact station that will replace the existing administration offices and visitor contact station at Prime Hook NWR (Figure 1). The Bombay Hook facility will consolidate staff from multiple Service programs: Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge (NWR, refuge) headquarters, Ecological Service’s Delaware Bay Estuary Project Office (DBEPO), Division of Natural Resources and Conservation Planning (DNRCP), Branch of Migratory Bird Surveys, and the Office of Law Enforcement (OLE). The new multi-purpose building will also serve as the administration headquarters for the Coastal Delaware National Wildlife Refuge Complex (CDNWRC) which is comprised of BHNWR and PHNWR.

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