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    • Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge 004

    • Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge 004
    • Fire; Prescribed burning; Grasslands; Employees (USFWS)
    • Onion Bayou Prairie prescribed burn at Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge in Texas - Pictured from left to right: Prescribed Fire Specialist Paul C. Charland, Assistant Fire Management Officer Craig Crenshaw, Range Technician Doug Head.
    • Another tree planted!

    • Another tree planted!
    • Connecting people with nature; Ecosystem recovery; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Environments (Natural); Flowering plants; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Landscape conservation; Places (Human-made); Plants; Public access;...
    • This woman has volunteered to help plant trees to replace the ones wiped out by hurricane Ike.
    • Children help Refuge worker

    • Children help Refuge worker
    • Wildlife refuges; Children; Wildlife restoration; Connecting people with nature;
    • Two young boys pitch in with the clean up and replanting efforts due to damage caused by Hurricane Ike.
    • Crabs caught at the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge

    • Crabs caught at the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge
    • Adults; Aquatic environments; Connecting people with nature; Fishes; Fishing; Freshwater fishes; Leisure activities; Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites; Rivers and streams; Tourism; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing;
    • A refuge visitor catches crabs,
    • Fishing at Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge

    • Fishing at Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge
    • Adults; Aquatic environments; Connecting people with nature; Fishes; Fishing; Freshwater fishes; Leisure activities; Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites; Rivers and streams; Tourism; Visitor services; Water sports; Wildlife refuges;...
    • A very happy visitor caught this beautiful Red Drum fish, first thing in the morning on the refuge.
    • Fishing at the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge

    • Fishing at the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge
    • Adults; Aquatic environments; Buildings, facilities and structures; Connecting people with nature; Fishes; Fishing; Freshwater fishes; Leisure activities; Places (Human-made); Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites; Rivers and streams;...
    • Adults and older children fish at the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge.
    • FWS employee observes an alligator

    • FWS employee observes an alligator
    • Aquatic environments; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environments (Natural); Icons; Indigenous populations; Law enforcement; Personnel; Plants; Ponds; Reptiles; Resource management; Service patch; Uniforms; Vegetation; Wildlife management; Wildlife...
    • An Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge employee approaches this alligator with caution, always thinking safety first.
    • Girl Scout plants tree.

    • Girl Scout plants tree.
    • Wildlife refuges; Children; Wildlife restoration; Connecting people with nature;
    • Girl Scout helps replace the trees that were lost during Hurricane Ike.
    • Girl Scouts

    • Girl Scouts
    • Wildlife refuges; Children; Wildlife restoration; Connecting people with nature;
    • Girl Scouts help replant trees and clean up the debris left by Hurricane Ike
    • Girl Scouts and mom replant trees

    • Girl Scouts and mom replant trees
    • Wildlife refuges; Children; Wildlife restoration; Connecting people with nature;
    • Girl Scout troop lends their helping hands in the replacement of trees lost during Hurricane Ike.
    • Happy just to see my shadow.

    • Happy just to see my shadow.
    • Children; Connecting people with nature; Leisure activities; Landscape photography; Places (Human-made); Plants; Public access; Recreation; Trees; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Youth;
    • A child finds joy in strolling down the path of the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Happy Volunteers

    • Happy Volunteers
    • Wildlife refuges; Children; Wildlife restoration; Connecting people with nature;
    • Both young and old pitch in to help replace trees lost during Hurricane Ike on Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge
    • Hit hard by hurricane Ike.

    • Hit hard by hurricane Ike.
    • Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Buildings, facilities and structures; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Environments (Natural); Equipment; Pollution; Pollution cleanup; Pollution...
    • A view of some of the damage to propertyon the refuge, caused by hurricane Ike.
    • Hurricane Ike damage to office.

    • Hurricane Ike damage to office.
    • Aquatic environments; Buildings, facilities and structures; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Equipment; Pollution; Pollution cleanup; Pollution control; Resource management; Water...
    • This office has been ravaged by the force of hurricane Ike.
    • Just look what we've done together!

    • Just look what we've done together!
    • Connecting people with nature; Ecosystem recovery; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Environments (Natural); Flowering plants; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Landscape conservation; Places (Human-made); Plants; Public access;...
    • Two Girl Scouts and mom smile for the camera after successfully planting their tree.
    • Michele & lulu roll up fence.

    • Michele & lulu roll up fence.
    • Adults; Children; Connecting people with nature; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Personnel; Service patch; Uniforms; Wildlife refuges; Youth; Work of the Service;
    • Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge employee, watches as a young lady roll up fencing.
    • More hurricane Ike damage.

    • More hurricane Ike damage.
    • Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Buildings, facilities and structures; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Environments (Natural); Equipment; Pollution; Pollution cleanup; Pollution...
    • This truck and building sustained damage from the force of hurricane Ike.
    • Nap time.

    • Nap time.
    • Indigenous populations; Reptiles; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges;
    • This alligator appears to be sleeping, but they are always aware of their surroundings.
    • Now that's level!

    • Now that's level!
    • Adults; Buildings, facilities and structures; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Maintenance; Personnel; Public access; Service patch; Structures; Uniforms; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service;
    • Anahuac Narional Wildlife Refuge employee rebuilding the wall and taking pride in a job well done.

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