How does the United States government work to protect the nation's fish, migratory birds, aquatic species, and public lands? Part of this job is accomplished by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Strategic Habitat Conservation (SHC) program. First-time visitors should look over the SHC Vision to get a sense of the program's formal mission and read a fact sheet about its activities. The Community area contains information about success stories and links to videos of SHC experts talking about perspectives on habitat conservation from across the country. The Science area contains links to a plan for adapting the SHC's policies and practices to climate change and information about its landscape conservation cooperatives. The site is rounded by some podcasts which cover topics like "What are biological outcomes and why focus on them?"
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