The Forest Service provides a number of informative publications
to introduce you to the National Forest System and its wildlife,
fish and plant resources. Most of these publications are free
to the public-- Simply email
us! Be sure to include your name, complete mailing
address and brochure names in your message. Please
allow 3-6 weeks for posted delivery.
It is our intention that by the year 2000 all the brochures,
produced by our staff, will be available for viewing and downloadable.
Sharing the Commitment: An introduction to partnerships for
wildlife, fish, and rare plants on the national forests.
Join Us: How to get involved in a partnership for wildlife
and fish management
Get Wild: An overview of the Forest Service's wildlife program.
Will We Lose Our Songbirds?: An introduction to the "Partners
in Flight" program.
Full Curl: An invitation to be a partner in management of
wild sheep habitat on the national forests.
Making Tracks: An explanation of partnerships in wild turkey
management on the national forests.
America's Elk Country: An explanation of the Forest Service's
partnership program for elk management.
Every Species Counts: The Forest Service's program for conserving
Eyes on Wildlife in Your National Forests: An invitation
to view wildlife on the national forests.
Eyes on Wildlife (brochure): A brief explanation of the Forest
Service's "Watchable Wildlife" program.
Wildlife Viewing Guides: These beautiful and informative
guides are acooperative effort with Falcon Press, Defenders
of Wildlife, Forest Service and several other natural resource
organizations. Contact Falcon Press for information regarding
content and cost. Falcon
Press Publishing Co., Inc., P.O. Box 1718, Helena, MT
59624 or call toll-free 1-800-582-BOOK.
Rise to the Future: An overview of the Forest Service fish
Bring Back the Natives: An introduction to the Forest Service's
effort to restore riparian systems and their native species.
Fishing Your National Forests: An informative guide to fishing
on the national forests. Map included.
Currents: Newsletter for cutting edge aquatic ecologists.
Published quarterly by the Fish & Aquatic Ecology Unit.
Celebrating Wildflowers: This pamphlet explains the importance
of plants and plant communities.