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  • Puerto Rican mountains covered in vegetation.
    Information icon Yauco, Puerto Rico. Photo by Jennifer Valentín, USFWS.

    Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program

    The Caribbean Ecological Services Field Office promotes healthy wildlife and their habitat through a diverse group of programs: Endangered Species, Partners for Fish and Wildlife, Contaminants Program, Coastal Program and Project Evaluation.  Learn more...


  • A man on his property standing next to a tree resting on the trunk
    Information icon Andy Brady among his trees at Thousand Oaks Farm. Mr. Brady planted a variety of hardwood mast producing trees at Thousand Oaks Farm, former bottomland crop fields adjacent to the Congaree River and Congaree National Park. Additionally, Mr. Brady has his place under conservation easement with the Congaree Land Trust. Photo by John Cely, used with permission.

    Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program

    The Partners for Fish and Wildlife program works with private landowners to improve fish and wildlife habitat on their lands. We are leaders in voluntary, community-based stewardship for fish and wildlife conservation.  Learn more...


  • Small pink birds with rounded bills wade through the shallow water.
    Roseate Spoonbills out in the water. Photo by Corey Douglas.

    For coastal communities

    Coastal program in Louisiana Program supports voluntary, proactive and cooperative projects in these areas, focusing efforts to restore and protect habitat for federal trust species. We provide technical expertise and financial assistance to: Private landowners and citizens; Native American tribes; Non-profit organizations; Municipal and local governments; Business and industry. Learn more about how we coordinate the coastal program in the southeast and at the national level. Coastal Wetlands Planning Protection and Restoration Act (CWPPRA) restoration activities Louisiana supports over 45 percent of the intertidal wetlands in the lower 48 states, but has suffered over 90 percent of the coastal wetland loss in the nation.  Learn more...


  • A biologist holding a tiny loggerhead sea turtle with a USFWS biologist in uniform in the background.
    Information icon A loggerhead sea turtle hatchling at Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by Keith Fuller for USFWS.

    Conserving Southeastern Coastal Communities

    Our treasured southeastern coasts need our attention. Extreme weather events, sea level rise and urban development are impacting the health of coastal habitats, where beaches are eroding at a rate of 1-4 inches per year. Learn how you can work with the USFWS to conserve our coasts for people and wildlife.  Learn more...

  • A hand holds a wooden walking stick with a persons blurred torso in the background
    Information icon A biologist in a bog. Photo by Gary Peeples, USFWS.

    For Private Landowners: The Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program

    This program provides technical and financial assistance to private landowners interested in improving fish and wildlife habitat on their land.  Learn more...

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