U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region


Men dressed in colonial wear in a boat with an American flag

On a cold Christmas night in 1776, the Hessians didn’t see George Washington crossing the Delaware River. But who likely did?

A man holds a fish that has orange eggs squirting out of it.

The fisheries program in the northeast region of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service helps tribes across the country to conserve fish.

We continue our celebration of the second major dam removal on Maine’s Penobscot River with a before/after slideshow!