Meet Marcia Pradines, new Chesapeake Marshlands NWR Complex manager - Learn more about Marcia and her goals for managing the refuges that comprise the Complex: Blackwater, Eastern Neck, Glenn L. Martin and Susquehanna National Wildlife Refuges.
Meet #ScienceWoman Pam Loring - Meet #ScienceWoman Pam! She’s one of our women in science working to protect migratory birds.
Meet #ScienceWoman Kris Vagos - Meet #ScienceWoman Kris! She’s another one of our women in science working to protect migratory birds.
Meet #ScienceWoman Susi von Oettingen - Meet #ScienceWoman Susi! She's another one of our women in science working to protect migratory birds.
Meet #ScienceWoman Anne Hecht - Meet #ScienceWoman Anne Hecht. She's one of many women in science working to protect migratory birds.
International Migratory Bird Day is Almost Here! - International Migratory Bird Day is just around the corner! We'll be celebrating migratory birds all week by sharing stories of the women in science working to protect them.
Meet #ScienceWoman Susan Adamowicz - Meet #ScienceWoman Susan Adamowicz for another exciting installment of our Hurricane Sandy Women in Science Series!
Meet #ScienceWoman Beth Freiday - Meet #ScienceWoman Beth Freiday, and learn how she got her start in conservation in another installment of our Hurricane Sandy Women in Science Series!
Meet #ScienceWoman Georgia Basso - Meet #ScienceWoman Georgia Basso, a Wildlife Biologist out of the USFWS Coastal Program office in Charleston, Rhode Island!
Science Women Building a Stronger Atlantic Coast - Meet the science women who are working to strengthen natural defenses along the Atlantic Coast as part of the federal Hurricane Sandy recovery program. With their help, communities and wildlife are being protected against future storms, sea-level rise and other impacts predicted with a changing climate.
Meet #ScienceWoman Mariana Bergerson! - Mariana works at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge right outside Philadelphia. She loves the tree swallow, especially because it gets kids excited about birds.
Meet Stacey Pacheco: FIRST female Heavy Equipment Safety Instructor - Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge’s Administrative Officer Stacey Pacheco is the first female Heavy Equipment Safety Instructor in the Service.
Meet #ScienceWoman Deb Rocque! - Many of us dream of working where Deb started her career with the Service -- Alaska!
Meet #ScienceWoman Molly Sperduto! - Ever heard of a Baird's tapir? That's #ScienceWoman Molly Sperduto's favorite species.
Meet #ScienceWoman Amber Rhodes! - We're all jealous of Amber's work with sea turtles (and that's no April Fools joke). Check out her #ScienceWoman profile!
People behind the Mission: Federal Wildlife Officer is Recognized for Excellence - Meet #ScienceWoman and Northeast Federal Wildlife Officer of the Year, Samantha Fleming!
Meet #ScienceWoman Martha Naley - Meet #ScienceWoman Martha Naley to close out our series for Women's History Month!
Meet #ScienceWoman Daffny Pitchford - Meet Daffny Pitchford, today's #ScienceWoman and refuge manager of Potomac River National Wildlife Refuge Complex.
Meet #ScienceWoman Amy Roe! - #ScienceWoman Amy Roe says her heroes are all working women who have families that depend on them!
Meet #ScienceWoman Jennifer Greiner - Tune in today to meet Jennifer Greiner, another one of our superstar #ScienceWomen!
Meet #ScienceWoman Katie Conrad - Meet Katie Conrad, a fish and wildlife biologist in another exciting episode of #ScienceWoman!
Meet #ScienceWoman Anne Secord - The next #ScienceWoman, Anne Secord, heads up the environmental quality branch in our New York Field Office!
Meet #ScienceWoman Kate O’Brien - Meet Wildlife Biologist Kate O'Brien in another episode of #ScienceWomen!!!
Meet #ScienceWoman Roberta Hylton - Our latest #ScienceWoman speaks multiple languages and turned a college elective into a life-long career. It's Roberta Hylton, supervisor for the Southwestern Virginia Field Office!
Meet #ScienceWoman Wendi Weber - AKA, our regional director! Wendi inspires our employees across the Northeast to support one another, connect with communities and be strategic with our conservation efforts. Check out the latest profile in our Women's History Month campaign!
Meet #ScienceWoman Robyn Niver - Or maybe we should call her #BatWoman. Robyn is the lead for conserving a number of rare bats in our region. Check out the latest profile in our Women's History Month campaign!
Meet #ScienceWoman Sheila Eyler - We're celebrating Women’s History Month by highlighting amazing women leading our agency in the conservation mission. Sheila Eyler is a project leader in our Fish and Aquatic Conservation Program, working to restore fish, wildlife and their habitats.
Meet #ScienceWoman Kathryn Jahn - We're celebrating Women’s History Month by highlighting amazing women leading our agency in the conservation mission. Kathryn is the case manager representing the Department of the Interior in the Hudson River natural resource damage assessment.
Women making history in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Celebrate Women's History Month with us! This year, we're highlighting amazing women leading our agency in the conservation mission.