Employees (USFWS); Endangered species; International affairs; Law enforcement; Personnel; Work of the Service
This is a brochure describes the roles and responsibilities of United States Fish and Wildlife Service wildlife inspectors. It gives information on what must be done to pursue a career as a wildlife inspector.
This is a guide to help with data analysis of avian monitoring programs. It covers assessment of abundance and species composition using point counts, demographic monitoring via mist-nets and demographic monitoring via nest-monitoring. The guide...
Oral history interview with Jerry Lawhorn; Jim Branson; Richard "Dick" Hensel; Terry Smith; Ray Tremblay, Theron Smith; Bob Rickey; Jim King; Tom Wardleigh. John Sarvis was the interviewer. The following transcription taken from...
Work of Service; Personnel; Ships; Boats; Wildlife refuges; Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; Aleutians; Tiglax
Safety measures before setting sail on the M/V Tiglax include instruction on donning a survival suit. This image was taken during the Seabird Marine Mammal Oceanographic Coordinated Investigation (SMMOCI) project.
What benefits do inspectors earn?
Wildlife inspectors enjoy all the
benefits of Federal employment,
including a generous retirement
plan with substantial investment
opportunities. Inspectors earn 13 to
26 days of annual leave each year