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    • Our Best turtle!

    • Our Best turtle!
    • Adults; Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environments (Natural); Icons; Logo; Plants; Reptiles; Service patch; Uniforms; Vegetation; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service;
    • Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge employee shows off one of the many beautiful turtles on the refuge.
    • Phragmites again!

    • Phragmites again!
    • Aquaculture; Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Biological control; Ecosystem recovery; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Foliage; Habitat conservation; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Resource management;...
    • Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge employee inspects a patch of phragmites, an invasive species on the refuge.
    • Educational outreach demonstration about the Red Wolf, endangered species.

    • Educational outreach demonstration about the Red Wolf, endangered species.
    • Adults; Artifacts; Captive breeding; Celebrations; Children; Connecting people with nature; Crafts; Education; Education outreach; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Endangered species; Environmental education; Habitat conservation; History;...
    • Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge visitors gather for a presentation about the Red wolf, endangered species.
    • Be the arrow!

    • Be the arrow!
    • Archery; Children; Connecting people with nature; Education; Education outreach; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environmental education; Interpretation; Law enforcement; Leisure activities; Personnel; Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites;...
    • Alligator River National Wildlife Rerfuge employee, steadies the arm of a young archer preparing to shoot.
    • One very happy heavy equipment operator!

    • One very happy heavy equipment operator!
    • Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Equipment; Logo; Management; Personnel; Resource management; Service patch; Uniforms; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service;
    • A female Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge employee enjoys her work on the refuge.
    • Walking red wolf

    • Walking red wolf
    • Employees (USFWS); Endangered species; Experimental Population, Non-Essential; Personnel; Resource management; Wildlife management; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service;
    • A red wolf strolls at the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Aquatic trail of laughter and fun.

    • Aquatic trail of laughter and fun.
    • Aquatic plants; Aquatic environments; Adults; Aquaculture; Banks; Children; Foliage; Forests; Leisure activities; Plants; Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites; Rivers and streams; Scenics; Visitor services; Water sports; Wildlife refuges;...
    • A lucky group of people enjoying a canoe tour of the refuge. One of the wonderful offerings of Alligator River national Wildlife Refuge.
    • Steady now!

    • Steady now!
    • Archery; Children; Connecting people with nature; Education; Education outreach; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environmental education; Interpretation; Law enforcement; Leisure activities; Personnel; Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites;...
    • A young archer takes aim on adventure at the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Just a little closer!

    • Just a little closer!
    • Employees (USFWS); Endangered species; Experimental Population, Non-Essential; Personnel; Resource management; Wildlife management; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service;
    • A wonderful close shot of the beautiful Red Wolf as he wanders about, on the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Anouther great day on the Refuge.

    • Anouther great day on the Refuge.
    • Mammals; Similarity of Appearance (Threatened); Wildlife refuges;
    • A big black bear turns slightly, to see just who is taking this photograph at the Alligator National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Mirror reflection.

    • Mirror reflection.
    • Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Conifers; Environments (Natural); Forests; Landscape photography; Scenics; Trees; Vegetation; Wilderness; Banks;
    • This image shows the trees and plants that line the Alligator River bank.
    • Reflections of nature.

    • Reflections of nature.
    • Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Conifers; Environments (Natural); Forests; Landscape photography; Scenics; Trees; Vegetation; Wilderness; Banks;
    • A beautiful Pocosin pine forest lines the shore of a lake on the Alligator National Wildlife Refuge.
    • More wonderous treelined river banks.

    • More wonderous treelined river banks.
    • Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Conifers; Environments (Natural); Forests; Landscape photography; Scenics; Trees; Vegetation; Wilderness; Banks;
    • Pocosin pines provide a great backdrop for reflection, on the Alligator National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Close up of Leatherback turtle

    • Close up of Leatherback turtle
    • Endangered species; Reptiles;
    • The leatherback is the largest, deepest diving, and most migratory and wide ranging of all sea turtles. The adult leatherback can reach 4 to 8 feet in length and 500 to 2000 pounds in weight. Its shell is composed of a mosaic of small bones covered...
    • Close up of Leatherback turtle

    • Close up of Leatherback turtle
    • Endangered species; Reptiles;
    • The leatherback is the largest, deepest diving, and most migratory and wide ranging of all sea turtles. The adult leatherback can reach 4 to 8 feet in length and 500 to 2000 pounds in weight. Its shell is composed of a mosaic of small bones covered...
    • Close up of Leatherback turtle

    • Close up of Leatherback turtle
    • Endangered species; Reptiles;
    • The leatherback is the largest, deepest diving, and most migratory and wide ranging of all sea turtles. The adult leatherback can reach 4 to 8 feet in length and 500 to 2000 pounds in weight. Its shell is composed of a mosaic of small bones covered...
    • Close up of Leatherback turtle

    • Close up of Leatherback turtle
    • Endangered species; Reptiles;
    • The leatherback is the largest, deepest diving, and most migratory and wide ranging of all sea turtles. The adult leatherback can reach 4 to 8 feet in length and 500 to 2000 pounds in weight. Its shell is composed of a mosaic of small bones covered...

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