U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region


Today is Endangered Species Day, meaning it’s time to celebrate the efforts made to conserve endangered species, as well as learn a little about what you can do to help these struggling fish and wildlife.

A planting effort on the Cutts Island Forest Management Unit of Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge.

We’re creating much-needed young forest homes in southern Maine for the rare New England cottontail and a host of other wild creatures, from tiny flycatchers to furtive bobcats.

Happy Monday! Did you know the Endangered Species Act currently protects more than 1,400 species from extinction?