U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Empire State Building Projects Images Of Endangered Species Amid Outrage Over Death Of Cecil The LionLarge-scale images of endangered species will be projected onto the side of the iconic building as a way to raise awareness of potential mass extinction and inspire global conservation action.
NJ Lawmaker Proposes Ban On Game Trophies Coming Through NY, NJ Airports In Wake Of Cecil The Lion’s DeathA New Jersey lawmaker is proposing legislation that would ban game trophies of threatened or endangered species from coming through airports controlled by the Port Authority.
Federal Government Seeks Damage From Pompton Lakes DuPont Plant PollutionThe federal government is seeking damages from DuPont for pollution at the company's 600-acre property in northern New Jersey where it made ammunition for both world wars.
Reward Increases For Information Regarding Bridgeton Bald Eagle DeathThis reward adds to the $2,500 reward already being offered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife.
NY Lawmakers Seek Ban On Ivory Sales That 'Support Organized Crime And Terrorism'The Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation held a hearing on the issue Thursday. Wildlife officials said poaching is a local issue.
Sen. Blumenthal Joins Those Who Want Plum Island PreservedThe federal government is shutting down the Plum Island Animal Disease Center, located on Long Island Sound. Now the debate over what to do with the space.
Federal Plan To Fight Bat Die-Off Welcomed In New JerseyThe Interior Department launched a national plan to combat a mysterious disease that has killed more than a million bats in the eastern and southern U.S. and is spreading.