Ways to Get Involved

The Alabama Ecological Services Field Office partners with local organizations to conserve Alabama's species and the habitats they depend on. Our staff also visits with local schools to introduce natural resource conservation to children.

Our Partners

With the vast size of the state of Alabama, and the large number of listed and at-risk species, our office couldn’t succeed without partnerships. That’s why we are committed to working closely with our partners. Through partnerships, we want to strategically target our efforts to conserve the most vulnerable plants and animals. We pro-actively invite everyone to take a seat at the conservation table, including private landowners, industry leaders, developers, state, federal and local agencies, non-governmental organizations, academia and volunteers.

Education Programs

Public Affairs Specialist Denise Rowell is available for classroom visits to teach kids about endangered species.  You can call her at 251-441-6630, or email at denise_rowell@fws.gov