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Lacassine NWR, Lake Arthur, Louisiana: The dominant feature of Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge in southwestern Louisiana is Lacassine Pool, a 16,000-acre marsh enclosed by a low levee. Lacassine refuge supports one of the largest...
Birds; Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Oil spills; Uniforms; Service patch;
Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries Biologist and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Biologist James Harris survey the nesting birds on Breton Island National Wildlife Refuge looking for any sign of oil impacted birds or nests.
Wildlife Biologist James Harris, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Biologist and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Contaminants biologist discover a dead bird found on the shore of Breton National Wildlife Refuge.
"July 2010 - New Orleans.
Randy Wilson and Paul Yakupzack, refuge manager at Mandalay/Bayou Teche National Wildlife Refuge in Louisiana, prepare to board a helicopter for a reconnaissance flight.
Photo by Phil Kloer, USFWS"
Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge; Louisiana; Resource management
LACASSINE NWR, LOUISIANA, EMPLOYEE ON AIRBOAT. National wildlife refuge employees care for lands that provide virtually every type of habitat needed for the survival of fish and wildlife. Navigating the bayous, flooded bottomland hardwood areas,...
Tensas River NWR, Tallulah, Louisiana: The remnant bottomland-hardwood forest that makes up the terrestrial portion of Tensas River Refuge is home to the equally rare Louisiana black bear and Bachman's warblers. The aquatic portion comprises oxbow...