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    • Santa holds a Northern pike

    • Adults; Fishes; Fishing; Wildlife refuges; Leisure activities;
    • A man with a santa hat holds a Northern pike at the refuge.
    • Hunting at the refuge

    • Adults; Youth; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Hunting; Public access; Connecting people with nature; Leisure activities;
    • A father and his son are hunting at Charles M. Russell NWR.
    • Father and son hunting

    • Adults; Youth; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Hunting; Public access; Connecting people with nature; Leisure activities;
    • A father and his son are hunting at Charles M. Russell NWR.
    • Hunting at the refuge

    • Adults; Youth; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Hunting; Public access; Connecting people with nature; Leisure activities;
    • A father and his son are hunting at Charles M. Russell NWR.
    • Father and son hunting

    • Adults; Youth; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Hunting; Public access; Connecting people with nature; Leisure activities;
    • A father and his son are hunting at Charles M. Russell NWR.
    • Hunting at the refuge

    • Adults; Youth; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Hunting; Public access; Connecting people with nature; Leisure activities;
    • A father and his son are hunting at Charles M. Russell NWR.
    • Northern pike

    • Aquatic environments; Fishes; Wildlife refuges;
    • This is an up-close picture of a Northern pike.
    • Service biologist displays a Northern pike

    • Aquatic environments; Fishes; Wildlife refuges; Biologists (USFWS); Work of the Service;
    • This is an up-close picture of a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist holding a Northern pike.
    • Service biologist displays a Northern pike

    • Aquatic environments; Fishes; Wildlife refuges; Biologists (USFWS); Work of the Service;
    • This is an up-close picture of a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist holding a Northern pike.
    • Black-footed ferret

    • Biologists (USFWS); Captive breeding; Employees (USFWS); Endangered and/or Threatened species; Equipment; Human impacts; Mammals; Management; Population control; Reintroduction; Trapping; Wildlife management; Wildlife restoration;
    • 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...
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • A pair of male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Sharp-tailed Grouse

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.

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