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    • Run Off on San Diego National Wildlife Refuge

    • Erosion; Water conservation; Water management; Wildlife refuges; signs;
    • An image depicting the severity of the run off on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge. Run off can cause erosion, damaging conserved habitats.
    • Refuge visitors on the boardwalk

    • Adults; Connecting people with nature; Leisure activities; Public access; Recreation; Structures; Tourism; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges; Buildings, facilities and structures; Children; Wildlife viewing;
    • Women and children viewing wildlife and refuge habitats.
    • Sandhill cranes at Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

    • Migratory birds; Birds; Shorebirds; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • The Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is south of Sacramento in the northern reaches of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. Fish and Wildlife Service staff and partners have been working to restore historic wetland communities and enhance...
    • Tribal biologist monitor Elk's health before release

    • Partnerships; Monitoring; Tagging; Mammals;
    • Animals are tested for diseases, parasites, sex, age and overall health. Data collected from the GPS collars identify where the animals live and their migration patterns. The USFWS has a long history of working with Native American governments in...
    • Elk with Monitoring Collar

    • Partnerships; Monitoring; Tagging; Mammals;
    • This beautiful Elk will be monitored by a special frequency transmitted by the VHF collar around its neck. Data helps us understand migration patterns, mortality rates and habitat use. The USFWS has a long history of working with Native American...
    • Skokomish Tribal Elk Monitoring Project

    • Partnerships; Monitoring; Tagging; Mammals;
    • Funded by a Fish and Wildlife Service Tribal Wildlife Grant - Skokomish Tribal Members work to safely capture, collar and release Elk. Tribal Biologists Shane Miller, Scott Harris and Bethany Tropp completed this project in March of 2010. The USFWS...
    • Elk Being Collared with GPS a Tracking Device

    • Partnerships; Monitoring; Tagging; Mammals;
    • The Fish and Wildlife Service partners with Tribes in the Pacific Region to assist with species monitoring and habitat conservation. Here, they tag an elk with a GPS collar to track migration patterns. The USFWS has a long history of working with...
    • Backlit Thistle

    • Invasive species; Plants; Flowering plants;
    • An invasive species in various regions around the world, including in disturbed and agriculture settings and in natural habitats.

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