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    • Special report: bringing environmental education to diverse audiences

    • Environmental education; Education outreach; Employees (USFWS); Education; Children; City environments; Diversity;
    • Table of contents: Letter from the Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - p. 3; Lessons from the Albatross - p. 5; Teaching Second-Graders about Life Cycles and Stewardship Minnesota Refuge Partner School Program- p. 9; Making School...
    • St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge Lighthouse

    • Aquatic environments; Banks; Boating; Boats; Buildings, facilities and structures; Coastal environments; Coastal zone management; Corridors; Cultural resources; Historic sites; History; Marine environments; Military; Partnerships; Rivers and...
    • St. Marks Lighthouse, built in 1831 of brick and mortar, stands at the entrance of the St. Marks river.
    • View of St. Marks lighthouse

    • Aquatic environments; Banks; Boating; Boats; Buildings, facilities and structures; Coastal environments; Coastal zone management; Corridors; Cultural resources; Historic sites; History; Marine environments; Military; Partnerships; Rivers and...
    • St. Marks Lighthouse stands among the trees by the blue ocean, showing mariners the way.
    • Five Whooping Cranes in pen at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge

    • Birds; Birdwatching; Buildings, facilities and structures; Endangered and/or Threatened species; Environments (Natural); Migratory birds; Resource management; Sanctuaries; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife restoration; Work of the Service;
    • Frolicking Whooping Cranes inside protected pen at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Visitors watch for wildlife at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge.

    • Art; Birds; Birdwatching; Buildings, facilities and structures; Conifers; Environments (Natural); Forests; Leisure activities; Landscape photography; Public access; Recreation; Scenics; Tourism; Trees; Wildlife refuges;
    • Visitors enjoying the view from the observation platform at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge.
    • John Fort oral history transcript

    • Biography; Employees (USFWS); History; Fire management; Fires; Ecosystem recovery; Prescribed burning; Silviculture; Research;
    • John Fort oral history interview as conducted by Jennifer Hinckley. John spent time with the Forest Service and BLM before working for the Fish and Wildlife Service. In addition to working in the various locations listed, he was also the first...
    • Whooping Cranes

    • Birds; Endangered and/or Threatened species; Wildlife refuges;
    • Two Whooping Cranes in captive pen at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Female U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee entertains children on wildlife trail

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Celebrations; Children; Connecting people with nature; Education; Education outreach; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environmental education; Events; Exhibitions; Interpretation; Public access; Recreation; Service...
    • Children enjoy the show being presented by St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge on the boardwalk.
    • St. Marks Lighthouse

    • Scenics;
    • A scenic view of St. Marks Lighthouse at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge located in Florida.
    • Researchers view Whooping cranes from blind

    • Birds; Birdwatching; Buildings, facilities and structures; Endangered and/or Threatened species; Environments (Natural); Migratory birds; Resource management; Sanctuaries; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife restoration; Work of the Service;
    • Using a spotting scope, researchers stufy the behavior of Whooping Cranes in Florida's St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Alligator warning sign at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge

    • Amphibians; Aquatic animals; Aquatic environments; Coastal environments; Ponds; Predators; Signs; Wetlands; Wildlife management; Reptiles; Endangered and/or Threatened species; Wildlife refuges;
    • This sign provides a distinct reminder and warning that alligators rule these waters.
    • Female U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee talks about wildlife

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Celebrations; Children; Connecting people with nature; Education; Education outreach; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environmental education; Events; Exhibitions; Interpretation; Public access; Recreation; Service...
    • The children are wondering what is in the bag during U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service presentation at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge.
    • St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge Lighthouse sign

    • Cultural resources; Education; Historic sites; History; Interpretation; Military; Navigation; Partnerships; Marine environments; Places (Human-made); Rivers and streams; Shipping industry; Ships; Signs; Structures; Transportation; Wildlife refuges;
    • A descriptive sign about the lighthouse, resting in the cool shade.
    • Visitors admire the ocean view at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge

    • Aquatic environments; Coastal environments; Connecting people with nature; Environments (Natural); Leisure activities; Marine environments; Landscape photography; Plants; Recreation; Recreation sites; Tourism; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Two visitors share the setting sun and ocean views from white sandy beach.
    • Sunset over the ocean at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge

    • Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments; Birds; Coastal environments; Marine environments; Marine birds; Landscape photography; Perching birds; Places (Human-made); Scenics; Structures; Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges;
    • The setting sun sparkles on the ocean with birds perched on pilings to view the event.

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