U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

a six-panel banner image shows six photos of the Sagebrush ecosystem, wildlife, and people involved in Sagebrush Conservation. Top-left a profile shot of a Greater Sage-grouse standing in Sagebrush, top-middle a full-frame picture of moose, standing among autumn foliage, top-right a herd of pronghorn antelope stand in sagebrush as the sun sets, bottom-left a close-up of a golden eagle backdropped by clear blue sky, bottom-middle a US Fish and Wildlife Biologist smiles at the camera while posing in front of a vast landscape of sagebrush, bottom-right an underwater shot of a rainbow trout swimming among green grasses

Photo Gallery

Information icon From top-left: Greater Sage-grouse, Moose, Pronghorn Antelope, Golden Eagle, USFWS Biologist, Rainbow Trout. Photos: USFWS.

The photos in this gallery depict the wildlife and habitats we conserve, and the people who make it happen.

Click each photo for more information, and use the buttons below to sort photos by type:

Our Flickr Photo Albums

Unless otherwise stated in the photo description, all photos in these albums were taken by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service staff and are provided to the public domain as a public service. They can be used for all outreach and publication purposes, including in textbooks, posters, websites, etc. We only ask that you credit our photographers and our agency in your materials.

National Wildlife Refuges

Wildlife and Sagebrush Landscapes

Plants and Invasive Annual Grasses