U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - International Affairs

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) International Division works with partners worldwide to conserve fish, wildlife, plants and their habitats, and maintain the integrity of ecological processes beyond USA borders, for present and future generations.  Focusing on species, ecosystems, and emerging and cross cutting issues worldwide, USFWS seeks to ensure international cooperation to conserve habitats and endangered species. The Global Branch focuses on international treaties and conventions; partnerships; cross cutting and emerging issues; communications; and grant programs. The Global Branch partners with federal agencies, non-government organizations, private sector corporations, philanthropic institutions, multilateral agencies, and other entities to align priorities for international wildlife conservation and societal impact and to leverage collaborative efforts.  The USFWS manages several funds including Amphibians in Decline Fund, Critically Endangered Animals Fund, Marine Turtle Conservation Fund and others.