U.S. Federal
Wildlife Management Agencies

There are many Federal Agencies tasked with the responsibility to study, mitigate or oversee wildlife damage management issues as well as preserve the environment and support development in within the United States.


logo   United States Department of Interior logo   Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service



   logo   U.S. Geological Suurvey

Although best known for their maps, the USGS also monitors wildlife diseases

 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service LogoU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

  • Monitors species diversity and proposes changes to wildlife regulations

  • Manages the issue of depredation permits for migratory birds and other federally protected wildlife



logo   U.S. Department of Agriculture

 

  • Inspects imported agricultural products to guard against invasive species

  • Runs Wildlife Services, an agency that performs direct control of wildlife and scientific research on management strategies related to human-wildlife conflicts

NiFA logo

NIFA (formerly known as CSREES) provides federal leadership in disseminating knowledge related to biological, physical, and social sciences related to the environment, human health and wellbeing. 


logo   IPM Centers

Integrated Pest Management seeks to fund research to encourage the employment of comprehensive, long-term, and environmentally safe solutions to pest problems.


U.S. Forest Service logoU.S. Forest Service

 Manages the trees and grasslands on public lands




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