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File ECMAScript program NOAA Fisheries just announced 2021 Species Recovery Grant Awardees.
Grants and Funding
Located in News and Announcements / Announcements
File November 8, 2020 Update
Milford Fish Lift Returns
Located in Resources / Databases / Milford Dam Fish Lift Counts- 2020-21
File Magic on the River
dam removal habitat accessibility restoration
Located in News and Announcements / Media Coverage
File application/x-troff-me Megunticook Watershed Restoration, Camden ME
Watershed and connectivity restoration
Located in News and Announcements / Media Coverage
File text/texmacs Introducing Audubon's "Salmon Shorts" Videos
Just a few hundred years ago, Atlantic Salmon were abundant up and down the northeast coast. Now, Maine is home to the last remaining wild populations of Atlantic Salmon in the United States and they are a federally recognized endangered species. This decline has had huge impacts on everything connected to salmon–traditional ways of living, wildlife up and down the food chain, and the health of our watersheds. Beginning in 2018, Maine Audubon has participated annually in the Atlantic Salmon Federation’s educational Fish Friends program to highlight the significance of wild Atlantic Salmon. Raising salmon provides a concrete and accessible entry point into many topics that are important to our work: habitat needs and interdependence, stream connectivity and river restoration, and the power of bringing Traditional Ecological Knowledge together with western science. Through Fish Friends, participating classrooms and organizations like Maine Audubon receive eggs from local hatcheries and raise them through the beginning of their life cycle. Then, with expert guidance, the young salmon are released in local waterways.
Located in News and Announcements / Media Coverage
File Freshwater and Diadromous Fishes of New England: Identification, Distribution and Conservation Status - Upcoming Summer Week-long Seminars 2021
Educational seminar
Located in News and Announcements / News
Organization x-conference/x-cooltalk United States Fish and Wildlife Service (Headquarters)
The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.
Located in Partners / U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Gulf of Maine Coastal Program
The Gulf of Maine Coastal Program (GOMCP) works with a variety of partners to share information, knowledge, and capabilities for habitat conservation at the landscape scale to support healthy populations of fish and wildlife. Together, we protect and restore habitats that sustain diverse and abundant populations of fish, wildlife, and plants throughout the Gulf of Maine watershed. With the threat of climate change, successful landscape level habitat conservation will provide opportunities for fish and wildlife to adapt. This holistic approach ensures that individual projects produce meaningful and sustainable results for fish and wildlife and makes the best use of limited resources.
Located in Partners / U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Organization USFWS Maine Field Office
The Ecological Services program of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is responsible for the conservation and restoration of fish and wildlife and their habitats. Maine Field Office biologists investigate the effects of contaminants and recover damages for injuries to Department of the Interior trust resources caused by oil or chemical releases. We also help recover threatened and endangered species and review proposals for wetland and stream alterations from many types of development. We recommend measures to enhance fish and wildlife resources in conjunction with the licensing of energy generation facilities and other Federal projects such as shoreline protection, navigation and flood control, etc. Our work with private individuals, organizations, and other State and Federal agencies protects, restores and enhances fish and wildlife habitat on private, State, and Federal lands. Our office also provides the public with information about the value and benefits derived from the conservation and restoration of fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats.
Located in Partners / U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service / Maine Field Office
Maine Field Office
The Ecological Services program of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is responsible for the conservation and restoration of fish and wildlife and their habitats. Maine Field Office biologists investigate the effects of contaminants and recover damages for injuries to Department of the Interior trust resources caused by oil or chemical releases. We also help recover threatened and endangered species and review proposals for wetland and stream alterations from many types of development. We recommend measures to enhance fish and wildlife resources in conjunction with the licensing of energy generation facilities and other Federal projects such as shoreline protection, navigation and flood control, etc. Our work with private individuals, organizations, and other State and Federal agencies protects, restores and enhances fish and wildlife habitat on private, State, and Federal lands. Our office also provides the public with information about the value and benefits derived from the conservation and restoration of fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats.
Located in Partners / U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service