The Pacific Islands Fish and Wildlife Office is located in downtown Honolulu.
Protecting species and their habitats for future generations.
The Pacific Islands are one of earth’s major biodiversity hotspots. Biodiversity hotspots refer to regions that hold especially high numbers of unique species and are some of earth’s most threatened ecosystems. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Pacific Islands Office, works to conserve these unique species and the ecosystems upon which they depend.
To meet this goal, we can collaborate and form partnerships in the Hawaiian Islands, Mariana Islands, and American Samoa. Because much of the land in our Region is privately owned, the success of our work depends on the formation of lasting, positive, collaborations and partnerships within the communities we serve. Our job, as stewards of the island ecosystems-upon which we too depend, is to protect and preserve the unique species and habitats within them.