Working with partners within and beyond the boundaries of our two states, the Minnesota-Wisconsin Ecological Services Field Office works to recover and prevent the extinction of our nation’s most imperiled species. We focus our efforts on many species, including the rusty patched bumble bee, Karner blue butterfly, piping plover, Poweshiek and Dakota skipperlings, freshwater mussels and northern long-eared bat.
Projects and Research
Our imperiled and listed species need your help! There are many ways you can help threatened and endangered species in your yard. Learn what you can do to provide the resources your local species need.