U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Sacramento Fish & Wildlife OfficeServing the people, conserving the fish, wildlife, and plants of California

A Unit Of The Pacific Southwest Region

Featured Stories

The Fish and Wildlife Field Notes records the activities and accomplishments of Service employees across the Nation. Here are recent stories from our office:

Four Reasons Meadow Restoration is Good for All of Us

Fighting Chytrid: How Do Biologists Fight Pandemics in the Animal Kingdom?

Supporting Winged Wildlife

Saving California's Crayfish

Surveying for Salamanders

From Caterpillars to a Career

Creating a legacy for South Sacramento

Site Visit Insights: Site Visit Insights: A Mixed Bouquet of Jewelflowers

Site Visit Insights: Restoring Endangered Serpentine Plants on Coyote Ridge

Site Visit Insights from Nora Papian

Site Visit Insights from Stephanie Jentsch and Nora Papian

Site Visit Insights from Mike Thomas

Photog Chronicles

4th Graders Teach Peers about Endangered Species Using Service Website

Journey to Northern California Wetlands

Site Visit Insights from Stephanie Jentsch

Connecting with NextGen through Skype

#WeConserve

Site Visit Insights from Sarah Yates

Site Visit Insights from Valerie Hentges

Site Visit Insights from Josh Hull and Jennifer Norris

Surveying for Survivors

Site Visit Insights from Harry Kahler

Site Visit Insights from Ian Vogel

Site Visit Insights from Valerie Layne

Site Visit Insights from Jill Seymour

National Volunteer Week

#We Conserve 2018

Women in Science

Site Visit Insights from Madeline Drake

5 Tips for Opting Outside in Winter

Site Visit Insights from Lily Douglas

 

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Last updated: August 24, 2020