In part 2 of our feature highlighting the USFWS Coastal Program we learn more about the ongoing restoration work happening in Humboldt Bay.
The USFWS Coastal Program has worked to help local communities conserve more than 2.1 million acres of land, like the Freshwater Farms Reserve in California.
Increasingly, successful habitat conservation requires collaboration among private landowners, businesses, organizations, and agencies. A stellar example of this collaboration is the oyster restoration being done in the Chesapeake Bay.
A National Coastal Wetlands Conservation grant saved the delmarva fox squirrel from extinction.
Photo courtesy of USFWS Some of the most iconic landscapes on the Pacific coast are found along Humboldt Bay in California. As one of the largest bays along the Pacific Flyway, thousands and thousands of birds seek refuge and nesting on and near its waters. However, this area is also…