The Idaho Fish and Wildlife Office is headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with field offices in Chubbuck and Coeur d'Alene. We are committed to working with others to conserve fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats in Idaho. The Idaho Fish and Wildlife Office is part of the Department of Interior's Columbia Pacific Northwest Region, which includes Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. The Service's Columbia Pacific Northwest Regional Office is located in Portland, Oregon.
What We Do
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is at the forefront of applying the best known science to our conservation work. Our goal is to help federally threatened and endangered plants and wildlife recover to healthy population levels and to prevent new species from needing the protections of the the Endangered Species Act through proactive conservation. Working with our partners, we focus much of our work in our Priority Conservation Areas, where the majority of Idaho's sensitive wildlife and plant species are found. Explore some of the key conservation work we're conducting in Idaho.
The Gem State is filled with a rich variety of landscapes and habitats and is home to an amazing assortment of terrestrial and aquatic species. We have offices throughout the state in order to work locally with you to conserve natural resources for wildlife and people alike. The Idaho Fish and Wildlife Office offers this page as a resource to students, educators, and other curious people, so all may benefit from an enhanced understanding of fish, wildlife, and plants.
The Idaho Fish and Wildlife Office works with many threatened and endangered species that occur in Idaho. Our office works with landowners, leading scientists, other Federal and state agency biologists, and Tribes to gather the best available science on each species and their habitat. Click the button below to learn more about those species currently at the forefront of our recovery work.
Projects and Research
We use science and innovative technology to manage and conserve terrestrial and aquatic resources. Collaboratively with partners, we seek to effectively meet today's complex conservation challenges. Learn about some of our projects below.
Here you will find library collections containing a variety of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service publications, reports, fact sheets, media and documents along with other reference material.
Whether you want to further conservation, learn more about nature or share your love of the outdoors, you’ve come to the right place.
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Offices provide many opportunities for you to help your community and fish and wildlife by doing what you love.