Social and Digital Media
Connect with us on social media to be the first to know the latest news on threatened and endangered species, special events, volunteer opportunities, partnership projects, prescribed fires and more. You can also send us your wildlife and habitat questions.
We also offer a wide variety of landscape and wildlife photos, all free to the public, as well as educational videos on YouTube.
Follow us online
Use our search tool to connect with refuges, hatcheries and offices near you.
Discover America’s wildlife by following @USFWS on Instagram. We include interesting, educational information about featured species in every post.
We provide a large catalogue of beautiful photos on Flickr as a public resource.
The majority of our wildlife and habitat photos were taken by our employees and volunteers, and unless otherwise stated, are in the public domain. Public domain photos may be downloaded and used for any purposes. We only ask that you provide credit our photographers and our agency, for example, “Photo by Gary Peeples, USFWS” or “Gary Peeples, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.”
National digital library
Additional photos, particularly historic photos, are available in our National Digital Library, managed by the National Conservation Training Center.
Find educational videos on our YouTube channel. Videos from the southeastern United States are featured on our Southeast Region Playlist.
All USFWS produced videos are available at https://www.youtube.com/user/USFWS.
Share your photos and stories with us
If you took an incredible wildlife photo, or have an experience at a national wildlife refuge, we want to hear about it. Use #ShareYourStory and tag @USFWSSoutheast on Facebook or Twitter.
Please note: by doing this, you give us permission to share your material on USFWS social media channels, however, you do not forfeit any copyright.
Blogs and online stories
- The Morning Carpool: Mama Opossum Style (Buzzfeed)
- What Happens When a Captive Red Wolf Spots a Squirrel? (Buzzfeed)
- 10 of the (Not So) Creepiest Crawlies You’ll See at the Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuge (Buzzfeed list)
- 10 of the (Not So) Creepiest Crawlies in Georgia (Buzzfeed list)
For questions regarding our photography or news posted on our Southeast Region social media accounts please contact:
Katherine Taylor, Digital Content Specialist at (404) 679-7125 or firstname.lastname@example.org.