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Animal Conservation


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The following programs are provided by the Department of Agriculture, the Department of the Interior and other agencies, and were created for the development of wildlife protection plans and conservation of various endangered animals. 

 


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10.914 Wildlife Habitat Incentive Program - Objective: To develop upland wildlife habitat, wetland wildlife habitat, threatened and endangered species habitat, fish habitat and other types of wildlife habitat. Click here for more information

11.439 Marine Mammal Data Program - Objective: To provide support to State agencies for the collection and analysis of information on marine mammals that occur in the State's waters. Click here for more information

15.608 Fish and Wildlife Management Assistance - Objective: To provide technical information, advice, and assistance to Federal agencies, other nations, States, and Native Americans on the conservation and management of fish and wildlife resources. Click here for more information

15.611 Wildlife Restoration - Objective: To support projects to restore or manage wildlife populations. Click here for more information

15.615 Cooperative Endangered Species Conservation Fund - Objective: To provide Federal financial assistance to States and Territories to development programs for endangered and threatened species conservation. Click here for more information

15.619 Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation - Objective: To increase conservation of rhinoceros and tigers through the strengthening of habitat and ecosystem management.
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15.620 African Elephant Conservation - Objective: To provide financial assistance to any organization or individual responsible for African elephant conservation.
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15.621 Asian Elephant Conservation - Objective: To provide financial assistance to any organization or individual responsible for Asian elephant conservation.
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15.628 Multi-State Conservation Grants - Objective: To provide funding for sport fish and wildlife restoration projects identified by the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Click here for more information

15.629 Great Apes Conservation - Objective: To assist in the conservation of great apes by funding conservation programs in countries within the range of great apes.
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15.630 Coastal Program - Objective: To provide financial and technical assistance to identify, protect, and restore habitats in priority coastal areas. Click here for more information

15.631 Partners for Fish and Wildlife - Objective: To provide technical and financial assistance to private landowners and Native American Tribes interested in improving native habitats for fish and wildlife on their lands. Click here for more information

15.633 Landowner Incentive - Objective: To supplement existing landowner incentive programs that protect and manage specific Federally listed habitats.
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15.634 State Wildlife Grants - Objective: To develop and implement programs for the benefit of wildlife and their habitat. Click here for more information

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