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Work of the Service; Transportation; Aircraft; Float Plane; Alaska
Unidentified U.S. Fish and Wildlife staff, at edge of lake. Float plane in background.
Float Plane Making a Landing
Transportation; Aircraft; Float Plane; Refuge; Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge; Yukon Flats Gallery; Alaska
Jim King Collection; History Photograph; Transportation; Aircraft; Aircraft; Alaska
Two Float Planes.
Electroshocking for Steelhead in Eagle Creek
Fish hatcheries; Fisheries management; Fishes; Biologists (USFWS); Employees (USFWS); Work of the Service; Tagging; Threatened species; Monitoring;
Electroshocking is a non-lethal process that creates involuntary muscular responses in fish and causes them to float towards the surface of the water.
WO1778 Galapagos Islands
International; Ecuador; Water;
Canoe and two float planes
History; Transportation; Aircraft;
Jim King Collection;
Jim King Collection; History Photograph; Transportation; Aircraft; Aircraft; Float Plane; Canoes; Alaska
Jim King Collection; History Photograph; Work of the Service; Personnel; Transportation; Aircraft; Aircraft; Alaska
Jim King and Float Plane. "Wildlife Biologist and Pilot Jim King with one of the airplanes he used for bird surveys in Alaska and Western Canada 1964 to 1983.
Nowitna River Stream Effects
Wildlife refuges; Nowitna National Wildlife Refuge; Aircraft; aircraft; Work of Service; Personnel; ARLIS
Dale Evans and float plane.
Avian Influenza Sampling Project 2006
Transportation; Aircraft; Float Plane; Work of the Service; Avian Influenza; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; Alaska
Airplane transportation to the Kanaryarmiut Field Station. This image taken between June 14 - June 20, 2006.
Float Plane Landing on Lake
Transportation; Aircraft; Aircraft; Togiak National Wildlife Refuge; Alaska
Transportation; Aircraft; Aircraft; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Togiak National Wildlife Refuge; Togiak Gallery
Togiak Refuge uses aircraft as an essential tool to accomplish our goals. Radio telemetry, aerial surveys, law enforcement patrols, and field crew support are some important uses.
Agent Cross and float plane at Lake Louise
History; Aircraft; Aviation; Personnel; Employees (USFWS)
Note: "U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Pacer on floats with patrol boat. Agent Cross."
Float Plane on Lake
Transportation; Aircraft; Aircraft; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; YUDE; Alaska
Transportation; Aircraft; Aircraft; Alaska
Historical; Float Aircraft; Waterfowl Survey; Aircraft; Aircraft;
Deshka River Float Dock
State and Federal dollars are used to build many support structures for recreationists in Alaska
A float plane landing on Blackfish Lake
Aquatic environments; Aviation; Scenics; lakes;
ANWR; Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
USFWS float plane on VOR lake in Bettles
Kanuti National Wildlife Refuge; KNWR; Recreation; Tourism; Landscapes; Wildlife viewing; Tundra; Rivers and streams; Scenics; Aerial photography photography; Work of the Refuge
Safety reminder: "Kids Don't Float!"
Signs; Wildlife refuges;
Refuge promotes safety and the use of personal flotation devices.
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