The mission of USDA APHIS Wildlife Services (WS) is to provide Federal leadership and expertise to resolve wildlife conflicts to allow people and wildlife to coexist. WS conducts program delivery, research, and other activities through its Regional and State Offices, the National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) and its Field Stations, as well as through its National Programs.
|10/27/22||New Dashboard Shows Broad View of Avian Influenza Sampling Results in Wild Birds|
|10/12/22||APHIS Provides Over $9 Million in Funding to Control and Prevent Chronic Wasting Disease|
|8/8/22||USDA Begins 2022 Oral Rabies Vaccine Efforts in Eastern United States|
|7/25/22||Field Evaluation Continues in Oral Rabies Vaccine for Raccoons, Other Wildlife|
|7/22/22||Help USDA Estimate Feral Swine Damage to U.S. Agriculture|
The National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) is the research arm of the Wildlife Services program.
The goal of the National Rabies Management Program is to prevent the spread and eventually eliminate wildlife rabies in the United States.
Invasive feral swine cause more than $1.5 billion annually in damage and management costs nationwide.
Wildlife Services abides by the National Environmental Policy Act by evaluating the environmental impacts of its program activities.