Held on the second Thursday of every month (with no meeting held in August), the Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public. Topics on non-game and endangered species will be covered, and updates on agency activities will be part of the agenda. The role of the Advisory Committee is to provide the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife and the Fisheries and Wildlife Board with independent scientific advice on the conservation and protection of over 400 species of wild plants and animals that are not hunted, fished or trapped.
Please note: If you have a disability or medical condition and would like to request special accommodations, please contact Susan Sacco at 508-389-6342.
May 11, 2017: Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Advisory Committee Meeting, Westborough. The Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Advisory Committee will be meeting on Thursday, May 11, 2017, at the DFW Field Headquarters Office located at 1 Rabbit Hill Road, Westborough, MA from 1:30- 4:30 P.M. in the Southwest Meeting Room, Room #103. Directions
April 13, 2017: Recent Federal Listing Decisions and Implications for States – Brent Powers, NRCS Review Biologist
March 9, 2017: Hunter Ed Program Overview – Susan Langlois, Hunter Ed Program Administrator
February 9, 2017: Meeting Canceled
January 12, 2017: The Effects of the Road Network and Thermal Constraints on Moose Movement and Habitat Selection in MA – Dave Wattles, Black Bear & Furbearer Biologist
December 8, 2016: Discussion of Translocations and Reintroductions – Eve Schluter and Jon Regosin, NHESP
November 10, 2016: Meeting Canceled
October 13, 2016: Frameworks for Freshwater Turtle Conservation in Massachusetts – Mike Jones, State Herpetologist