The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) is concerned with much more than fish and wildlife, and their website provides a cornucopia of material on conservation, wildlife management, and recreation opportunities. On the homepage, visitors can use the menu on the left-hand of the site to learn about ten different subjects, including materials for hunters, potential volunteers, and fishing enthusiasts. Visitors looking to experience a bit of the flavor of the state may wish to start by clicking on the "Photo and Video Gallery". Here they will find images taken by ODFW employees, along with video clips, such as "How-to-Demonstrations" and news reports. Scientists and policy types may wish to click on over to the "Conservation Strategy" area, as they can view the department's overall strategy, along with "Hot Topics" features on gray wolves and invasive species.