Information provided by the Caribbean Field Office to help you understand the rich diversity of life of the Caribbean islands, ways we are working to conserve it, and to facilitate the review of federal projects for their impacts to plants, fish, and wildlife.


This library collection includes resources and information related to Coastal Barrier Resources Act project consultations, as well as guidance for shoreline stabilization, disaster assistance, and property buyouts.
Browse our library for more information about our work and the abundance, characteristics, and distribution of U.S. wetlands.

Studies of Caribbean freshwater crustaceans started back in the 1800s and the interest in studying their biology, ecology and role in the aquatic ecosystems has increased greatly during the recent years. They are diverse, widely distributed and commonly found in rivers, streams, creeks, riparian...


Los estudios de crustáceos de agua dulce en el Caribe comenzaron alrededor del año 1800 y el interés en estudiar su biología, ecología y su rol en los ecosistemas acuáticos ha aumentado en los últimos años. Son diversos, ampliamente distribuidos y se encuentran comúnmente en ríos, quebradas,...

a cluster of purple flowers

Final critical habitat plot points for marron bacora