The Wildlife Conservation Branch (WCB) provides a leadership role in advocating for science-based conservation of wildlife resources by enhancing a Service-wide appreciation for wildlife science and policy. The Branch fosters and supports a community of exceptional and diverse wildlife biologists and ecologists within the National Park Service(NPS).
Branch expertise includes:
- Wildlife management,
- Conservation genetics,
- Invasive animals,
- Threatened and endangered species,
- Human dimensions, and
- Park planning involving wildlife management
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Last updated: October 31, 2018