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    • Forest Fire in the Innoko Refuge

    • Aerial photography photography; Wildlife refuges; Innoko National Wildlife Refuge; Fires; Fire Management; Alaska
    • Aerial view of Refuge.
    • King County Creek fire

    • Aerial photography; photography; Fire Management; Fires;
    • Spruce Bark Beetle Kill Smoke. Aerial photography photography; Fire Management; Fires; Kenai National Wildlife Refuge; Alaska
    • King County Creek fire

    • Aerial photography; photography; Fire Management; Fires;
    • Smoke Wildland Urban Interface. Aerial photography photography; Fire Management; Fires; Kenai National Wildlife Refuge; Alaska
    • Red-cockaded Woodpecker research

    • Birds; Endangered species;
    • A FWS biologist tags a Red-cockaded woodpecker. These woodpeckers are endangered because open forests with big, old pine trees have been replaced by forests with younger, smaller pines. Periodic natural fires needed to control the brushy...
    • Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge fire.

    • Birds; Wetlands; Prescribed burning;Fires
    • Canada Geese watch as a prescribed burn treats tall grass prairie at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge in Illinois.
    • Hang on to your hat

    • Connecting people with nature; Work of the Service; Boats; Employees (USFWS);
    • Mike Rowe, the popular host of the Discovery Channel series "Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe," brings his show to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in April 2010. Mike Rowe holds on to his cap...
    • Forest recovery

    • Ecosystem recovery; Environments (Natural); Fires; Flowering plants; Forest fires; Scenics; Terrestial ecosystems; Wildlife Refuges;
    • Regrowth after forest fire, showing charred trunks of trees with wildflowers and plants beginning to grow back. For more information about Kenai NWR visit http://alaska.fws.gov/nwr/kenai/index.htm.
    • Prescribed burn

    • Environmental Sciences; Fires; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Maintenance; Prescribed burning; Wildlife refuges;
    • Prescribed burn of marsh grasses in the refuge, showing heavy plant growth with flames and heavy smoke.
    • Control burn

    • Fire management; Fires;
    • Firefighters work to put out a small fire.
    • Fire crew

    • Fire management; Fires; Employees (USFWS);
    • Fire crew poses for a group shot.
    • Prescribed burn on the refuge

    • Fire management; Fires; Grasses; Grasslands; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Landscape conservation; Prescribed burning; Resource management; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service;
    • Prescribed burning is an important part of habitat restoration and management on Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Fox Creek Fire map 2005

    • Fire Management; Fires; Kenai National Wildlife Refuge; Maps; Wilderness Area; Alaska
    • Fire Use Fire. Map showing the boundaries of the 2005Fox Creek Fire.
    • King County Creek fire

    • Fire Management; Fires; Lakes;
    • This image shows smoke rising from the King County Creek Fire at Skilak Lake. This fire was within the boundaries of the Kenai NWR.
    • King County Creek fire

    • Fire Management; Fires; Lakes;
    • This image shows smoke rising from the King County Creek Fire. This fire was within the boundaries of the Kenai NWR.
    • Prescribed burn

    • Fire management; Fires; Prescribed burning; Employees (USFWS); Vehicles; Wildlife refuges;
    • FWS employee monitors a prescribed burn while riding an atv.
    • Prescribed burn

    • Fire management; Fires; Prescribed burning; Employees (USFWS); Vehicles; Wildlife refuges;
    • FWS employee monitors a prescribed burn while riding an atv.

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