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Watershed, Fish, Wildlife, Air & Rare Plants

National Wildlife Program
Program Leader:
Acting - Micah Thorning

Wildlife Program

Wildlife Ecology Unit
Program Leader:
Sandy Boyce

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Wildlife Research & Development
Program Leader: Monica Tomosy

Wildlife & Fish Research

Wildlife Crossings Toolkit - provides information assisting professionals in maintaining or restoring habitat connectivity across transportation infrastructure on public lands.

'Wildlife' includes the National Wildlife Program, the National Wildlife Ecology Unit, and Wildlife Research & Development.

Photograph: Green tree frog sitting on tree leaf in the sun.  Taken by Bill Supulski, USDA Forest ServiceThe national Wildlife Program assists field biologists in attaining the Chief's wildlife priorities and manage wildlife habitat resources from a healthy ecosystem perspective.

Program 'Initiatives' include "Get Wild!", "Making Tracks" and "Elk Country". See the complete listing on the left. 'Initiatives' are special topics to which we give added emphasis through projects, events, literature and funding. The intent of our varied Initiatives is to help us and our partners move forward to accomplish specific management goals for certain key issues.

The national Wildlife Program covers terrestrial animal species not considered 'threatened, endangered or sensitive' species (TES). We have a specific TES program for species with this designation.

The Wildlife Ecology Unit (WEU) primary function is facilitating the transfer of technology and technical information from research to field biologist. The WEU staff serves on technical teams addressing terrestrial watershed management issues, including TES species.

Photo: Bill Supulski, USDA Forest Service

Wildlife research in the Forest Service addresses basic relationships between species and their habitats through exploration of how environmental factors and management affect their distribution and health. Research 'lives' in another branch of the Forest Service but works with the national Wildlife Program and national Wildlife Ecology Unit.

Wildlife, Fish, Botanists Organization in the Forest Service
Wildlife/Fish/Botanists by Year
(2007; 28.9 KB PDF)

Wildlife News:

07.08.14



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Watershed, Fish, Wildlife, Air & Rare Plants (WFW)
Washington, D.C. Office
Author: Shelly Witt, National Continuing Education Coordinator, WFW staff
Email: switt01@fs.fed.us
Phone: 435-881-4203
Publish_date:1/20/99
Expires: none

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