Inside FWC

Nick Wiley - Executive Director
Nick Wiley
Executive Director

Executive Director

The executive director provides day-to-day administrative leadership for the 2,112.5 full-time and 840+ OPS employees of Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The director serves at the pleasure of the Commissioners, and any new appointee the Commissioners select must also be confirmed by the Senate.

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Organizational Chart Adobe PDF

Divisions

Fish and Wildlife Research Institute Hunting and Game Management
Freshwater Fisheries Management Law Enforcement
Habitat and Species Conservation Marine Fisheries Management

Offices

Community Relations Legal
Finance and Budget Legislative Affairs
Human Resources Licensing and Permitting
Information Technology Policy and Accountability
Inspector General Public Access and Wildlife Viewing

 

Regional Offices

Northwest | North Central | Northeast | Southwest | South
Regional map



FWC Facts:
Black bears may look slow because they walk flat on their feet (called plantigrade) like people and travel with a shuffling gait, but they can run as fast as 30 mph.

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