Resources and Contacts
For information about cooperative conservation
opportunities, contact the U. S. Fish and Wildlife
Service office for your State.
( Region 1)
Endangered Species Program Office
1- 503- 231- 6118
www. fws. gov/...
This is a status assessment of the double-crested cormorant in North America as of 2001. It includes general information on the bird, biological information and area-specific population information for throughout North America.
This is a children's coloring book of various endangered species. It provides images of each species for coloring, as well as educational information on the species. The animals included are: Bald Eagle, California red-legged frog Karner Blue...
Ann is the National White-Nose Syndrome Communications Leader for the US Fish and Wildlife Service. In addition to coordination of WNS communications for the Service, Ann is the Communications and Education Working Group leader for the National...
Biography; Employees (USFWS); History; Military; Management; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Resource management; Native Americans; Realty;
John Doebel oral history transcript as conducted by Norman Olson. Along with working at various refuges, John also spent time at the following offices: Atlanta Regional Office as the Bicentennial Land Heritage Program planner; Olympia, Washington...
Lead (Pb) and its compounds have been known to man for about 7,000 years, and Pb poisoning has been recognized for at least 2,500 years. All credible evidence indicates that Pb is neither essential nor beneficial to living organisms, and that all...
Birds; Birds of prey; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
This is a list of all United States National Wildlife Refuges that are inhabited by bald eagles. It includes a map indicating the listed refuges, and denotations of refuges created specifically for the protection of bald eagles.
Birds; Birds;Tennesee; Raptors; Birds of prey; Wildlife refuges
Reelfoot NWR, Union City, Tennessee: Legend has it that Chief Tecumseh became so angry over an injustice that he stamped his foot, causing the great earthquakes of 1811-1812 that created Reelfoot Lake. The floodplain fell 35-40 feet...