TRACS stands for Tracking and Reporting Actions for the Conservation of Species. Wildlife TRACS is the tracking and reporting system for conservation and related actions funded by the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration (WSFR) Program. Search this site to learn more about successful actions to conserve species.
Join us in 2012 and celebrate 75 years of better hunting, fishing, boating and wildlife-related recreation through WSFR. It really is Your Nature!
If you’ve ever purchased firearms or ammunition, bows, arrows, fishing lures, rods and reels, hunting or fishing licenses or fueled up your boat — you’re part of the most successful effort to conserve fish and wildlife in America—the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration programs. The effort has resulted in millions of acres of habitat saved and near-miraculous population increases in several species of game and sport fish.
Use the interactive map to learn about species of greatest conservation need (SGCNs) and projects in your state. Follow the links to view a maps and project details.
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Search for a specific species or use the map to learn about species of greatest conservation need (SGCNs) and projects in your state. You can view a profile for each species from the results page.
Pinpoint projects in your area and around the country. Selectable map types and map feature layers are provided to give context to the projects. Simply click on a project point for detailed project information.