H.R. 5009 would reauthorize the appropriation of $75 million annually over the 2024-2028 period for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to implement the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program. The program provides grants to landowners to restore fish and wildlife habitats on private land. In 2023, USFWS allocated $60 million for that program. The bill also would reauthorize the appropriation of $30 million annually over the 2024-2028 period to support international efforts to conserve certain wild animals. In 2023, $21 million was appropriated for those purposes. In addition, the bill would allow USFWS to provide multiyear grants for up to five years for those efforts. The costs of the multiyear grants would be covered by the bill’s authorized appropriations.