US Fish and Wildlife Service (Southwest Division)

The Pacific Southwest Division of the US Fish and Wildlife Service is responsible for fish and wildlife management in California, Nevada, and the Klamath Basin in southern Oregon.

The Service is responsible for managing the National Wildlife Refuge System, operating fish hatcheries and fishery resource offices, enforcing federal wildlife laws, managing migratory bird populations, conserving and restoring habitats, and overseeing a federal grant program that distributes hundreds of millions of dollars to state, fish and wildlife agencies.

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