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View Resource U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Native American Liaison

The Office of the Native American Liaison works with the United States government and tribal officials of federally recognized tribes across the United States to work on conservation efforts for fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats. The "Tribal Wildlife Grants" (TWG), located on the menu on the left hand side of the menu, offered by the United States government, are highly competitive and...

View Resource U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

A one-stop-site for information concerning fishing and hunting in the United States. Topics include permitting, habitat protection, and endangered and invasive species. Current news and legislation are available, along with grant information. Within the "Kids/Educators" section, find maps, video, a picture library, training course information, and much more. Information on contaminants, policies,...

View Resource U.S. Fish and Wildlife: White-Nose Syndrome in Bats

This website provided by the US Fish and Wildlife Service is dedicated to White-Nose Syndrome (WNS). In February 2006 some 40 miles west of Albany, N.Y., a caver photographed hibernating bats with an unusual white substance on their muzzles. He noticed several dead bats. The following winter, bats behaving erratically, bats with white noses, and a few hundred dead bats in several caves came to...

View Resource Wild and Scenic Rivers

The U.S. government website that outlines the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act offers a good explanation of the Act, including details on how far the Act can go in protecting designated scenic, wild, and recreational rivers. Definitions of those terms are provided in the middle of the homepage. One of the unique features of the Act is that it relies on voluntary stewardship by landowners and...

View Resource U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service: National Wetlands Inventory

Wetlands went through a hard time in the 19th and much of the 20th centuries as they were summarily drained and used for real estate development. Today, scientists, planners, and recreationists are well aware of the value they provide in terms of their role as lively animal habitats and as a way to recharge groundwater. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is the primary federal agency that...

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