The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has many programs that are implemented at the field level to promote the protection, conservation, and restoration of our nation’s fish and wildlife resources. The activities implemented under these programs focus on improving and maintaining the quality of fish and wildlife habitats. This includes providing expert habitat conservation planning and technical assistance on issues such as renewable energy development and large scale transportation projects, mapping, inventorying and monitoring the nation’s wetlands, and addressing data needs through the formulation of resource data bases. The USFWS Habitat webpage details current programs that can support conservation efforts across the nation.