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Our Year in Review magazines highlight the latest challenges and successes in threatened and endangered species recovery that we share with our conservations partners across the southern and central California coast. Learn about our team and our work.

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Here you can find resources from across the Fish and Wildlife Service about threatened or endangered species.
Summer 2022 Stories from the Field

We invite you to read the latest edition of "Stories from the Field,” a summer newsletter from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Ventura Fish and Wildlife Office. Inside you will find stories about the native and rare wildlife of the southern and Central California coast, and the people...

2022 Year in Review

Recognizing the fundamental value of diversity of thought and culture to achieve our mission of endangered species recovery, our Ventura leadership team is guided by the following vision:

A Ventura Fish and Wildlife Office that is relevant to and reflects the racial and cultural...

2021 Year in Review

Despite these trying times, the Ventura FWO mission holds fast: to conserve and recover rare fish, wildlife, and plant communities across the Southern and Central California coast from our beautiful coastal dune and sagebrush ecosystems to the rugged terrain of our chaparral and oak woodlands...

2020 Year in Review

As you turn the pages of our 2020 Year in Review, you will see inspirational conservation successes from the people of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and our partners who work to protect fish, wildlife, plants, and natural habitats of the central and Southern California coast. This year, we...

2019 Year in Review

As you turn the pages of our 2019 Year in Review, you will see inspirational conservation successes from the people of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and our partners who work to protect fish, wildlife, plants, and natural habitats of the central and Southern California coast. This year, we...

2018 Year in Review

As you turn the pages of our 2018 Year in Review, you will see inspirational conservation successes from the people of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and our partners who work to protect fish, wildlife, plants, and natural habitats of the central and Southern California coast. This year, we...

2017 Year in Review

We pride ourselves in solid science as we work with our partners to move the conservation needle forward for the benefit of the fish, wildlife, plants, habitats, and people of the central and southern California coast. This year, we have many successes to celebrate.

For the first time...

2016 Year in Review

We pride ourselves in solid science to support decision-making with regards to all facets of the Endangered Species Act. This year, we announced science-based listing decisions for a suite of species in our area, from two Pacific seabirds that evaded the endangered species list due to proactive...