Wildlife on Tribal Lands
With help from our partners, NAHS is adding new information and resources for respecting and protecting wildlife in our communities.
Learn More About Legal Access for Tribal Members to Possess Protected Feathers
We strongly believe that supporting legal access to feathers for tribal members directly aligns with our mission and work!
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Eagle Feather Repositories
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service National Eagle Repository
The Repository, a one of a kind facility, is operated and managed by the Office of Law Enforcement, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and is located at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge northeast of Denver, Colorado. Its purpose is to:
Non-Eagle Feather Repositories
Liberty Wildlife’s Non-Eagle Feather Repository
Liberty Wildlife, in cooperation with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, is announcing the establishment of a two-year pilot program called the Non-Eagle Feather Repository. Its goal is to offer Native Americans a permitted source to obtain non-eagle feathers, and other parts, from federally regulated migratory birds.
Comanche Nation Ethno-Ornithological Initiative
The Repository is operated by Sia: The Comanche Nation Ethno-Ornithological Initiative to provide for the ethical and legal acquisition and distribution of culturally significant feathers of all species of migratory birds other than eagles.