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The Sacrament NWR has established duck blinds accessible for hunters with disabilities. (Credit: Scott Flaherty / USFWS

The Sacrament NWR has established duck blinds accessible by hunters with disabilities. (Credit: Scott Flaherty/USFWS)

To fulfill the objectives set forth in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) National Wildlife Refuge System’s (System) strategic vision document, nine implementation teams were set up to draft strategic plans. These teams and social network group members of americaswildlife.org are currently addressing the Vision Plan’s 24 recommendations regarding public use; planning; strategic growth of the System; science and research; working with partners, friends, and volunteers; leadership; communications; law enforcement; urban refuges; climate change; and work beyond the boundaries. The Draft Hunting & Fishing Strategic Plan was developed with state fish and wildlife agencies to review current fishing and hunting opportunities on refuges, with a focus on programs and opportunities for youth and people with disabilities.

Comments will be accepted until August 15. Sign up or log in to the social network to view and comment on The Draft Hunting & Fishing Strategic Plan for “Conserving the Future: Wildlife Refuges and the Next Generation.”  Readers are encouraged to leave comments, edits, and suggestions in the comment section of the Hunting, Fishing, & Outdoor Recreation Group within the social network. You may also e-mail your comments to conservingthefuture@fws.gov  or mail them to:

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
NWRS-DVSC, Suite 634
4401 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22203
Attn: Vision Implementation Coordinator

 Sources: americaswildlife.org



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