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    • That looks great!

    • Connecting people with nature; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Environments (Natural); Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Landscape conservation; Places (Human-made); Plants; Public access; Resource management; Vegetation;...
    • Volunteers enjoy planting trees on the refuge after hurricane Ike.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers;
    • University of Florida student Jacob Hill looks for another egg to place into the cooler.
    • Filming Nutria in Tigard, Oregon.

    • Invasive species; Interpretation; Photography; Mammals; Rodents; Work of the Service; Wildlife management; Education;
    • The film crew looks for a close-up shot for the USFWS and Pangolin Film's effort to create awareness surrounding the dangers of the spreading non-native nutria populations in the northwest region.
    • NC Wildlife Resources Commission bio tech Dottie Brown looks for bog turtles

    • Similarity of Appearance (Threatened); Surveying; Reptiles; Partnerships; Work of the Service;
    • The bog turtle is the smallest turtle in North America. The species is protected under the Endangered Species Act and faces great threats from both poaching and habitat degradation as the wetlands where they live have disappeared dramatically over...
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: Seth Farris and Jacob Hill (University of Florida) carry the sea turtle eggs from the first nest in a contraption that looks very Romanesque!
    • Piping plover chick and the big wave

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Scenics; Endangered species; Migratory birds;
    • Piping Plover (Charadrius melodus) chick looks so small in comparison to the size of the wave behind him.
    • Piping plover chick and adult

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Scenics; Endangered species; Migratory birds;
    • Piping Plover (Charadrius melodus) chick looks so small in comparison to the size of his parent
    • Filming Nutria Near a Parking Lot

    • Invasive species; Interpretation; Photography; Mammals; Rodents; Work of the Service; Wildlife management; Employees (USFWS); Education;
    • Paul Heimowitz looks down below at swimming nutria in the outskirts of a parking lot during the USFWS and Pangolin Film's effort to create awareness surrounding the dangers of the spreading non-native nutria populations in the northwest region.

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