National Wildlife Property Repository

Conserving America's Future

 

One central function of the National Wildlife Property Repository is education by informing the public, policy makers, media, educators, and students of the plight of imperiled species and the effects that illegal wildlife trafficking can have on their continued existence.

FACILITY TOURS FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC

Notice: The National Wildlife Property Repository will be undergoing facility construction and renovation to the collection in late 2020, anticipated through early 2022. This project will enhance our ability to provide resources for wildlife education and outreach.

During this time, we will be temporarily unable to schedule tours of the facility.

We will provide updates on this website when tour requests will reopen. In the meantime, please consider a distance learning program from the Repository Virtual Learning Studio. Community groups and organizations with a wildlife, conservation, or education mission are encouraged to request virtual programs as well!

Join education staff at the National Eagle and Wildlife Property Repository for a short public tour of the facility. Learn about Wildlife Trade and Wildlife Trafficking, and the role of the Repository.

Tours are FREE, and reservations are required. Please email nwpr@fws.gov with the following information:

  1. Contact information (email and phone number)
  2. Number of people in your party
  3. Date and time of tour

Photography is permitted in our education room only. Due to the nature of the facility and tour content we regret we cannot allow children under 12. Please note this tour provides a general overview of the Repository. Media and interview requests should submit inquiries to the Repository Supervisor at nwpr@fws.gov.

Upcoming tour events::

  • None at this time. We look forward to welcoming the public into our renovated space once construction is complete!