Louisiana Ecological Services
Established in 1972 to accomplish the Service's mission, we strive to achieve ecosystem sustainability through preservation, conservation, enhancement, and restoration of those habitats essential for the long-term viability of the fish, wildlife, and plant resources in Louisiana (LA) which we are entrusted to conserve and protect. The Louisiana Field Office emphasizes an ecosystem approach incorporating Strategic Habitat Conservation to address and prioritize habitat issues through partnerships with other Federal and State agencies, conservation organizations, private landowners, and citizens to achieve the greatest possible benefits to Federal trust fish and wildlife resources. 

Contact Louisiana Ecological Services

US Fish and Wildlife Service
646 Cajundome Boulevard
Suite 400
Lafayette, Louisiana  70506
Phone: 337/291-3100
Fax: 337/291-3139


Service Area

Statewide Program in:
  • Louisiana

Office Locaters

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