Wildlife Ecology Program
The Wildlife Ecology program is part of the Biological and Physical Resources staff of the USDA Forest Service. Wildlife ecologists at national and regional levels develop or disseminate much of the technical information used by the Forest Service for managing animal habitats within the National Forest system.
Program Leader: Dr. Sarah Sawyer, National Wildlife Ecologist
Wildlife Ecologists are located within each of the nine Forest Service administrative regions.
[There isn't a 7th Region.]