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    • Northern Pintail

    • Waterfowl; Rivers and streams;
    • Long-necked and slim, the Northern Pintail is a graceful, elegant bird. This dabbling duck can be found in much of the Northern Hemisphere, including the San Joaquin Bay-Delta, although in considerably lower numbers than in the past.
    • American Bittern

    • Wading birds; Birds;
    • The American Bittern is found all across the country but prefers habitats that include freshwater wetlands with tall emergent vegetation where they can hide. Although you may not see them, you would have no problem hearing them as Bitterns have a...
    • Kotzebue

    • Villages; Villagess; Aerial photography photography; Wildlife refuges; Selawik National Wildlife Refuge; ARLIS; Alaska
    • Winter aerial photo of the village of Kotzebue. Although not within the Selawik NWR boundary, Kotzebue is home of the Selawik NWR office.
    • Galena from the Yukon River

    • Villages; Rivers and streams; Wildlife refuges; Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge; Nowitna National Wildlife Refuge
    • Galena, although not within Refuge boundaries, is home to the Koyukuk and Nowitna Refuge offices.
    • Chuckwalla Lizard at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

    • Species of concern; Deserts; Rocks; Reptiles;
    • Chuckwalla (Sauromalus obesus) is the largest of the lizards on the refuge and is present in all of the mountain ranges. Although extremely wary, the chuckwalla can often be seen sunning itself on top of distant boulders. It is strictly a...
    • Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge - 1950

    • Refuge Centennial;
    • This is where it all began (although in this 1950 view, sign craftsmen were off by a day) – Florida’s Pelican Island, the first of more than 538 national wildlife refuges, which grew from a tiny, 4 -acre island on the Atlantic Coast used as a...
    • American badger mother with kits

    • Mammals; Grasslands; Forests; Parks;
    • Mother badger and kits. The American badger is at home in grasslands and woodlands providing there is enough of its favored prey. Its mostly nocturnal habits seldom bring it into contact with people, but signs a badger is in the area such as...
    • American badger

    • Mammals; Grasslands; Forests; Parks;
    • The American badger is at home in grasslands and woodlands providing there is enough of its favored prey. Its mostly nocturnal habits seldom bring it into contact with people, but signs a badger is in the area such as tracks and holes can be...
    • American badger

    • Mammals; Grasslands; Forests; Parks;
    • The American badger is at home in grasslands and woodlands providing there is enough of its favored prey. Its mostly nocturnal habits seldom bring it into contact with people, but signs a badger is in the area such as tracks and holes can be...
    • American badger

    • Mammals; Grasslands; Forests; Parks;
    • The American badger is at home in grasslands and woodlands providing there is enough of its favored prey. Its mostly nocturnal habits seldom bring it into contact with people, but signs a badger is in the area such as tracks and holes can be...
    • American badger mother with kit

    • Mammals; Grasslands; Forests; Parks;
    • Mother badger and kit. The American badger is at home in grasslands and woodlands providing there is enough of its favored prey. Its mostly nocturnal habits seldom bring it into contact with people, but signs a badger is in the area such as...
    • American badger mother with kit

    • Mammals; Grasslands; Forests; Parks;
    • Mother badger and kit. The American badger is at home in grasslands and woodlands providing there is enough of its favored prey. Its mostly nocturnal habits seldom bring it into contact with people, but signs a badger is in the area such as...
    • American badger

    • Mammals; Grasslands; Forests; Parks;
    • The American badger is at home in grasslands and woodlands providing there is enough of its favored prey. Its mostly nocturnal habits seldom bring it into contact with people, but signs a badger is in the area such as tracks and holes can be...
    • Wood Bison Calf

    • Mammals; Endangered species;
    • During the early 1800s, wood bison numbers were estimated at 168,000, but by the late 1800s, the subspecies was nearly eliminated. Excessive hunting was the primary factor leading to population decline. Another factor that is thought to have played...
    • Kotzebue Children

    • History; Villages; Children; Wildlife refuges; Selawik National Wildlife Refuge; Native Americans; ARLIS; Alaska
    • "The Pribilof Report 1949" Children standing by Native Alaskan homes in Kotzebue. Although not within the Selawik NWR boundary, Kotzebue is home of the Selawik NWR office.
    • Yellowcheek darter

    • Freshwater fishes; Endangered species;
    • The yellowcheek darter is found in the Little Red River basin in Arkansas. Although yellowcheek darters still inhabit most streams within their historic range, they exist in greatly reduced population numbers in the Middle, South, Archey, and...

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