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    • Black-footed ferret

    • Captive breeding; Endangered species; Equipment; Human impacts; Mammals; Wildlife; Monitoring; Reintroduction; Wildlife management; Wildlife restoration;Wildlife refuges
    • Black-footed ferret at borrow entrance investigating scientific equipment laying on ground. The black-footed ferret is one of the most endangered mammals in North America. For more information about the status of black-footed ferrets visit...
    • Gray Wolf Reintroduction

    • carnivore; Mammals; animal; wildlife; canine; Resource management
    • Captured gray wolf for transport to Idaho for release - part of the effort to rebuild self-sustaining populations of gray wolves in the Unites States so the species can be removed from the endangered species list.
    • Gray Wolf

    • Mammals; animal; wildlife; Reintroduction; canine; carnivore; Predators; Resource management
    • Captured gray wolf in pen - as part of the effort to restore gray wolf populations in the United States to self-sustaining levels, and remove the species from the endangered species list, wild wolves were captured in Canada, given health...
    • WOE180 Clinch River Scenic

    • Scenics; Scenics; Chemical Spills; Aquatic environments; Reintroduction; Wildlife management;
    • ELECTRONIC IMAGE ONLY (no slide/print available); River; Mussel; Clinch River; WOE180
    • Black-footed ferret

    • Biologists (USFWS); Captive breeding; Employees (USFWS); Endangered species; Equipment; Human impacts; Mammals; Wildlife; Management; Population control; Reintroduction; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Trapping; Wildlife management; Wildlife...
    • Fish and Wildlife Service worker at night holding live trap with ferret inside getting ready to release into research area. For more information on the listing status and fact sheets of black-footed ferrets visit...
    • Fish and Wildlife Service worker holding red wolf pups

    • Captive breeding; Employees (USFWS); Endangered species; Mammals; Reintroduction; Wildlife management; Wildlife restoration;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service worker holding two endangered red wolf pups at St Vincent National Wildlife Refuge in Florida where early captive breeding program was conducted. Vertical. For more information about this species visit...
    • Wildflower plantings

    • Plants; Vegetation; Volunteers; Connecting people with nature; Employees (USFWS); Logo; Work of the Service; Wildflowers; Service patch; Resource management; Reintroduction;
    • FWS employee Molly Monroe assists volunteers planting wildflowers.
    • Gray Wolf Health Examination

    • carnivore; Mammals; animals; wildlife; Reintroduction; Resource management;
    • gray wolf reintroduction - 1996 - gray wolves were captured in Canada and released into the United States in the effort to establish self-sustaining populations of wolves and remove the species from the endangered species list.
    • Gray Wolf - Medical Exam

    • Mammals; animal; Reintroduction; Resource management; wildlife
    • medical exam on a tranquilized gray wolf. Part of the effort to rebuild self-sustaining populations of gray wolves in the United States so the species can be removed from the endangered species list.
    • Muskoxen on Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

    • Mammals; Wildlife restoration; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Reintroduction;
    • Muskox were reintroduced to Alaska at Nunivak Island in 1935 by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. They are believed to survivors of the Pleistocene era and to have first come to North American from 200,000 to 90,000 years ago.
    • Muskox at Dahkit Cove, Nunivak Island

    • Mammals; Wildlife restoration; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Reintroduction;
    • Muskox were reintroduced to Alaska at Nunivak Island in 1935 by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. They are believed to survivors of the Pleistocene era and to have first come to North American from 200,000 to 90,000 years ago.
    • Gray wolf - Preparing for transport

    • Mammals; wildlife; Resource management; Reintroduction; Canada
    • preparing a gray wolf for transport via helicopter to a staging area where a health examination will be performed in preparation for releasing the wolf as part of the effort to rebuild self-sustaining populations of gray wolves in the United States...
    • Black-footed ferret recovery plan (Original approval: June 14, 1978).

    • Wildlife; Endangered species; Wildlife restoration; Captive breeding; Reintroduction;Rare species
    • Published August 8, 1988. The Black-footed Ferret Recovery Plan outlines steps for recovery of the black-footed ferret (Mustela niorioes) throughout its historical range. Evidence suggests that the ferret was widely distributed and was probably...
    • Masked bobwhite quail at Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge

    • Wildlife Refuges; Landscape photography; Endangered species; Reintroduction;
    • Spanning the 117,464-acre refuge are several distinct groups of plants and animals that are dependent on each other, also known as biotic communities. Visitors will enjoy the semi-desert grasslands that blend into the cottonwoods and willow that...
    • Habitat for California condor

    • Birds; Birds of prey; Captive breeding; Endangered species;Mountains; Raptors; Rare species; Reintroduction; Scenics; Wilderness; Wildlife management; Wildlife restoration;
    • The Ventana Wilderness Area was the release site for captive-bred endangered species California condors and provides habitat for their survival. For more information about the condor visit http://www.fws.gov/endangered/i/B0G.html
    • Black-Footed Ferret (captive)

    • Endangered species;Mammals;Partnerships
    • These photos were taken at the Black-Footed Ferret Recovery Program in Colorado. The black-footed ferret is considered to be the rarest mammal in North America. In 1988, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service developed the "Black-footed Ferret Recovery...
    • Muskoxen

    • Mammals; Wildlife restoration; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Reintroduction;
    • This Arctic mammal is believed to be a survivor or the Pleistocene period and to have migrated to North America between 200,000 and 90,000 years ago.

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