programs of the Service work together to:
migratory bird populations,
interjurisdictional fisheries and administer the National Fish Hatchery
and restore wildlife habitat, through the National Wildlife Refuge
System and cooperative conservation efforts with landowners, other
governments and non governmental organizations,
the Endangered Species Act,
assist foreign governments with their conservation efforts,
Federal Assistance in Fish and Wildlife Restoration Programs, which
distribute, through federal grants, hundreds of millions of dollars
earned from excise taxes on fishing and hunting equipment to state
fish and wildlife agencies, and
links below to learn more about the programs of the US Fish and Wildlife
Service. Many of the programs have a "Who We Are" or "What
We Do" button which will provide an overview of the program.
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Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration;
National Wildlife Refuge System;
Fisheries & Habitat
External Affairs (Public
Affairs, Native American
Liaison, NCTC, Congressional
and Legislative Affairs);
and Human Capital;
Information Resources and Technology and
Business Management and Operations (Engineering, Contracting
and Facilities Management, Financial
Management, Economics and Safety and Health).
functions of the Service can be found at National
Programs and Functions. These links provide more specific information.