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FWS fish hatchery outreach in the Pacific Region
Quality customer service to our public visitors is a top priority for the US Fish and Wildlife Service's Fisheries Program. Expanding public use offers opportunities to share conservation messages and encourage greater understanding of the fragility of aquatic resources that surround us in our unique part of the world. Not only are we becoming tourist destination centers in many of our federal fish hatchery communities, but also leaders in our school districts and colleges with innovative interactive natural resource education programs.
Fishing: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Welcome! You're invited to come fishing on many of the lands and waters managed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. This site offers a wide arracy of information related to fishing, from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation
The Survey has been conducted about every five years since 1955. The Survey provides information on participation and expenditures for fishing, hunting, and wildlife watching (wildlife observation) activities. The survey measures fishing, hunting activities and the wildlife watching(wildlife observation, feeding, photography) activities. Due to changes in methodology, the estimates from the 1991 and 1996 surveys cannot be compared with estimates from previous surveys. The next Survey will be conducted in 2001.
USFWS Dingell-Johnson Act Page
This page provides information about the Dingell-Johnson Act and more
USFWS National Fish Hatchery System
The role of the National Fish Hatchery System has changed and diversified greatly over the past 30 years as increasing demands are placed upon aquatic systems. In recent years, the Service has maximized the output of its work force by integrating the work of fish hatcheries and fisheries management.