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    • Forest recovery

    • Ecosystem recovery; Environments (Natural); Fires; Flowering plants; Forest fires; Scenics; Terrestial ecosystems; Wildlife Refuges;
    • Regrowth after forest fire, showing charred trunks of trees with wildflowers and plants beginning to grow back. For more information about Kenai NWR visit http://alaska.fws.gov/nwr/kenai/index.htm.
    • This fish is trouble!

    • Adults; Aquatic environments; Biologists (USFWS); Boating; Boats; Ecosystem recovery; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Fishes; Fishing; Habitat conservation; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Management; Personnel;...
    • A Big Muddy National Wildlife Refuge employee holds an Asian carp, (Invasive species), for the camera.
    • The ones that did not get away

    • Adults; Aquatic environments; Biologists (USFWS); Boating; Boats; Ecosystem recovery; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Fishes; Fishing; Habitat conservation; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Management; Personnel;...
    • Big Muddy National Wildlife Refuge employees hold an Asian carp, (Invasive species), for the camera.
    • The fish are jumping

    • Adults; Aquatic environments; Biologists (USFWS); Boating; Boats; Ecosystem recovery; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Fishes; Fishing; Habitat conservation; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Management; Personnel;...
    • These Big Muddy National Wildlife Refuge employees electrofish for the Asian carp, (Invasive species).
    • Fish flying in formation

    • Adults; Aquatic environments; Biologists (USFWS); Boating; Boats; Ecosystem recovery; Employees (USFWS); Fishes; Fishing; Personnel; Population control; Resource management; Service patch; Uniforms; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Invasive...
    • These Asian carp seem to be flying in formation as they jump out of the water to flee from the electrofishing.
    • Tree catches fish

    • Adults; Aquatic environments; Biologists (USFWS); Boating; Boats; Ecosystem recovery; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Fishes; Fishing; Habitat conservation; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Management; Personnel;...
    • This Asian carp, (Invasive species), jumps up to the trees to escape the long arm of the biologists.
    • Regrowth

    • Adults; Agricultural ecosystems; Agriculture; Amphibious vehicles; Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Banks; Biological control; Boating; Boats; Coastal environments; Ecosystem recovery; Emblems; Equipment; Fire management; Foliage; Habitat...
    • FWS employee examines an area of regrowth from an airboat.
    • Hurrican damage

    • Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Banks; Buildings, facilities and structures; Chemical spills; Climate change; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Equipment;...
    • Hurricane damage.
    • Hurricane damage

    • Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Banks; Buildings, facilities and structures; Chemical spills; Climate change; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Equipment;...
    • Hurricane damage.
    • Hurricane damage

    • Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Banks; Buildings, facilities and structures; Chemical spills; Climate change; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Equipment;...
    • Hurricane damage.
    • Hurricane damage

    • Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Banks; Buildings, facilities and structures; Chemical spills; Climate change; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Equipment;...
    • Hurricane damage.
    • Hurricane damage

    • Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Banks; Buildings, facilities and structures; Chemical spills; Climate change; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Equipment;...
    • Hurricane damage.
    • Hurricane damage

    • Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Banks; Buildings, facilities and structures; Chemical spills; Climate change; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Equipment;...
    • Hurricane damage.
    • Regrowth area

    • Adults; Agricultural ecosystems; Agriculture; Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Banks; Biological control; Boating; Boats; Coastal environments; Ecosystem recovery; Emblems; Equipment; Fire management; Foliage; Habitat conservation; Habitat...
    • Area of regrowth.
    • Hurricane damage

    • Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Banks; Buildings, facilities and structures; Chemical spills; Climate change; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Equipment;...
    • Hurricane damage.
    • Hurricane damage

    • Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Banks; Buildings, facilities and structures; Chemical spills; Climate change; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Equipment;...
    • Hurricane damage.
    • Monarch butterflies

    • Insects; Biological control; Habitat conservation; Flowering plants; Ecosystem recovery; Habitat restoration; Research; Landscape conservation; Tagging;
    • Monarch butterfly population overwintering in Pismo Beach, California. North American monarchs travel up to an astonishing 3,000 miles in an annual migration from their summer breeding habitat to overwintering grounds.
    • Monarch butterflies

    • Insects; Biological control; Habitat conservation; Flowering plants; Ecosystem recovery; Habitat restoration; Research; Landscape conservation; Tagging;
    • Monarch butterfly population overwintering in Pismo Beach, California. North American monarchs travel up to an astonishing 3,000 miles in an annual migration from their summer breeding habitat to overwintering grounds.
    • Monarch butterflies

    • Insects; Biological control; Habitat conservation; Flowering plants; Ecosystem recovery; Habitat restoration; Research;
    • Monarch butterfly population overwintering in Pismo Beach, California. North American monarchs travel up to an astonishing 3,000 miles in an annual migration from their summer breeding habitat to overwintering grounds.
    • Monarch butterflies

    • Insects; Biological control; Habitat conservation; Flowering plants; Ecosystem recovery; Habitat restoration; Research;
    • Monarch butterfly population overwintering in Pismo Beach, California. North American monarchs travel up to an astonishing 3,000 miles in an annual migration from their summer breeding habitat to overwintering grounds.

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