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Service director honors U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for innovative landscape level conservation approach
April 30, 2014 | 4 minute read
Washington D.C. – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe yesterday praised a collaborative effort across the lower Mississippi River Basin with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) that has helped advance conservation for three endangered species. The collaboration highlights the responsibility and opportunity for all federal agencies to conserve endangered and threatened species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). This joint effort by the Corps and the Service proves that by working to incorporate the needs of threatened and endangered species in the work that they do, federal agencies can help species recover. Read the full story...
Mark Musaus selected as Deputy Regional Director for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Southeast Region
November 30, 2010 | 3 minute read
Atlanta, Georgia – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Regional Director Cindy Dohner announced today the selection of Mark J. Musaus as Deputy Regional Director for the Southeast Region. “Mark is an excellent choice having spent his entire career working for the Fish and Wildlife Service,” Dohner said. “He brings a wealth of experience particularly with his work on seven national wildlife refuges and I have great confidence in his ability to lead this region through the complex challenges and extraordinary opportunities we face today. Read the full story...
November 5, 2009 | 2 minute read
Atlanta, Georgia - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Sam Hamilton announced today the selection of Cynthia K. Dohner as regional director for the Southeast Region. “Cindy is an outstanding choice with a proven track record when it comes to solution-oriented conservation in the Southeast region,” Hamilton said. “She has built a rich career in fish and wildlife conservation with experience that cuts across both the public and private sectors that will benefit us greatly. Read the full story...