Fort Collins Science Center (FORT), located in Fort Collins, Colorado along the northern Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Here developed and discriminate research based on U.S. Geological Survey to understand national biological resources which is need to face upcoming challenges. It offers to the students to work in various area. Here the important area of research is characterised by aquatic system, ecosystem dynamics, information science, Invasive Species Science, Social and economic analysis, Trust species and habitats. The major group of scientist dealing with interdisciplinary research and provide scientific support to solve water-related environmental issues. The demand of natural resource has been increasing today which recruiting enormous challenges of increasing and competing demands for water. So, the major area of research is ecological flows, riparian ecology, hydroscope ecology, ecosystem management, and contaminant biology. The employment is more than 230 research and support staff who work with many government agencies, universities, and private organizations to generate science products and services relevant to partner needs. The products and services include research reports and journal publications; predictive models and decision tools; Web applications; maps and GIS products; seminars, workshops, and training; and technical assistance. It offers more than 50 science centre which explore real-time streamflow, groundwater, and water-quality conditions and access data with new interactive map application with field station, laboratory for research, observatory, other facilities. There are 54 Water Resources Research Institutes or Centers, one in each of the 50 states as well as the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Guam. Moreover, The NIWR-USGS student internship program provides to undergraduate and graduate students with career enhancing field, laboratory, and research experience through participation in USGS activities as interns. The program is a collaborative effort between the U.S. Geological Survey and the National Institutes for Water Resources. The Trust Species and Habitats which include diverse group of scientists encompassing both traditional and specialized expertise in wildlife biology, ecosystem ecology, quantitative ecology, disease ecology, molecular genetics, and stable isotope geochemistry. The research need to support conservation, management, and restoration of terrestrial vertebrate populations, habitats, and ecosystem function in a changing world.