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    • Colorado hookless Cactus

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • The Colorado hookless cactus is a barrel shaped cactus that ranges from 1.2 to 4.8 inches (in.) (3 to 12 centimeters (cm)) tall, with exceptional plants up to 12 in. (30 cm) tall. Stems range from 1.6 to 3.6 in. (4 to 9 cm) in diameter. The stems...
    • Colorado hookless Cactus

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • The Colorado hookless cactus is a barrel shaped cactus that ranges from 1.2 to 4.8 inches (in.) (3 to 12 centimeters (cm)) tall, with exceptional plants up to 12 in. (30 cm) tall. Stems range from 1.6 to 3.6 in. (4 to 9 cm) in diameter. The stems...
    • Bear at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska

    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges; Scenics; Banks; Riverbeds;
    • This is a side view of a bear walking along the river bank. Alaska is a land of awe-inspiring beauty and fish and wildlife spectacles, and the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is a microcosm of all this wonderful state has to offer.
    • MV Tiglax vessel

    • Boats; Boating; Wildlife refuges; Transportation; Buildings, facilities and structures; Rural environments;
    • This vessel is used to get into remote areas of the refuge. The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is home to some of the most diverse and spectacular wildlife in the arctic. The Refuge's rich pageant of wildlife includes 42 fish species, 37 land...
    • Delta Smelt

    • Fishes; Fisheries management; Threatened species;
    • Delta smelt on scale.
    • Caged Nutria is Covered to Keep Animal Calm During Tagging

    • Aquatic animals; Invasive species; Mammals; Rodents; Wildlife management; Trapping; Tagging;
    • A sheet covers the caged nutria to keep it calm during the tail tagging. Tagging the animals will help biologists to better understand the nutria and prevent their spreading.
    • Nutria Health Exam

    • Aquatic animals; Invasive species; Mammals; Rodents; Wildlife management; Trapping; Tagging; Biologists (USFWS);
    • A nutria is examined before being tagged. Tagging the animals will help biologists to better understand nutria and prevent their spreading.
    • Collar Tag for Nutria

    • Aquatic animals; Invasive species; Mammals; Rodents; Wildlife management; Trapping; Tagging;
    • A collar tag to be put on a nutria. It's designed stretch so it can be put on snugly and a nutria will neither get a limb stuck inside nor have trouble breathing. Tagging the animals will help biologists to better understand the nutria's habits and...
    • Nutria is Released Back Into the Water

    • Aquatic animals; Invasive species; Mammals; Rodents; Wildlife management; Trapping; Tagging;
    • The tagged nutria is released back into the water. Tagging the animals will help biologists to better understand the habits of nutria and prevent their spreading.
    • Nutria Health Exam

    • Aquatic animals; Invasive species; Mammals; Rodents; Wildlife management; Trapping; Tagging;
    • A nutria is given a health exam before being tagged. Tagging the animals will help biologists to better understand nutria and prevent their spreading.
    • Caged Nutria

    • Aquatic animals; Invasive species; Mammals; Rodents; Wildlife management; Trapping; Tagging;
    • A caged nutria, waiting to be tagged. The animals are trapped in order to tag them to better understand the habits of nutria and preventing their spreading.
    • Horseshoe Marsh

    • Wildlife refuges; Estuarine environments; Wetlands; Scenics;
    • Horseshoe Marsh at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
    • Damage Caused by Nutria

    • Invasive species; Interpretation; Photography; Mammals; Rodents; Work of the Service; Wildlife management;
    • Damage caused by nutria digging into the banks at Tualatin National Wildlife Refuge. USFWS and Pangolin Film's are joined in an effort to create awareness surrounding the dangers of the spreading non-native nutria populations in the northwest...
    • Paul Heimowitz on Camera at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge

    • Invasive species; Interpretation; Photography; Mammals; Rodents; Work of the Service; Wildlife management; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS); Education;
    • While filming at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, Paul Heimowitz explains how a breeding pair of nutria can multiply to 16,000 in just three years. The USFWS and Pangolin Film's have joined in an effort to create awareness surrounding...
    • Pete Schmidt at Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge

    • Invasive species; Interpretation; Photography; Mammals; Rodents; Work of the Service; Wildlife management; Employees (USFWS); Wildlife refuges; Education; uniforms; service patch;
    • Pete Schmidt has seen the damage nutria cause on the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. The USFWS and Pangolin Film's have joined in an effort to create awareness surrounding the dangers of the spreading non-native nutria populations in the...
    • Filming a Swampy Area Where Nutria Live

    • Invasive species; Interpretation; Photography; Mammals; Rodents; Work of the Service; Wildlife management; Education;
    • Filming a swampy area next to a condo building where nutria live for the USFWS and Pangolin Film's effort to create awareness surrounding the dangers of the spreading non-native nutria populations in the northwest region.
    • Filming at Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge

    • Invasive species; Interpretation; Photography; Mammals; Rodents; Work of the Service; Wildlife management; Wildlife refuges; Education;
    • Paul Heimowitz filming at Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge on day two of filming for the USFWS and Pangolin Film's effort to create awareness surrounding the dangers of the spreading non-native nutria populations in the northwest region.
    • Nutria Cause Bank Erosion

    • Invasive species; Interpretation; Photography; Mammals; Rodents; Work of the Service; Wildlife management; Wildlife refuges; Education;
    • Nutria eat bank vegetation and then burrow into the bank, increasing erosion. USFWS and Pangolin Film's are joined in an effort to create awareness surrounding the dangers of the spreading non-native nutria populations in the northwest region.
    • Short-tailed Albatross Pair-bonding Dance

    • Birds; Migratory birds; Endangered species; Islands; Wildlife refuges;
    • A pair of short-tailed albatrosses dance together on Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge. This pair later mated and hatched a chick in the 2010/2011 breeding season. As of 2010, the short-tailed albatross population is estimated to be 1,200...

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