Colorado Ecological Service Field Office - USFWS Updated:03/2020

Colorado’s Ecological Services takes the lead in conserving Colorado's imperiled species by fostering partnerships, employing scientific excellence, and developing a workforce of conservation leaders. As the principal Federal partner responsible for administering the Endangered Species Act (ESA), the Ecological Services carries out its responsibilities under the ESA by supporting Service priorities, which include:

  • Recovery of listed species,
  • Prevention of imperiled species and habitat from becoming more imperiled, and
  • Protection of vulnerable trust resources.

The Colorado Ecological Services believes the achievement of these conservation priorities, will be through fostering partnerships with state and federal agencies, local governments, conservation entities, and with the Tribal and private landowners of Colorado.

Colorado is also home to the National Black-Footed Ferret Conservation Center. The Center has developed a successful captive breeding program, which establishes breeding adults in captivity, while continuing to return black-footed ferrets to the wild. For more black-footed ferret recovery information, please visit the Service's website or the Black-Footed Ferret Recovery Implementation Team's website.

Contact Colorado Ecological Service Field Office - USFWS

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Contact Colorado Ecological Service Field Office - USFWS

P.O. Box 25486
Denver Federal Center (MS 65412)
Denver, CO  80225
Phone: (303) 236-4773
Fax: (303) 236-4005

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  • Colorado