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    • Albert M. Day in Alaska

    • Refuge Centennial; Directors (USFWS)
    • The job of director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service involved more than just wildlife in the territorial days of our 49th state, Alaska. Albert M. Day, the agency’s director between 1946 and 1953 (second from left), investigated the living...
    • Fence posts

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges;
    • Fence posts found at Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge
    • Black-footed ferret

    • Captive breeding; Endangered species; Equipment; Human impacts; Mammals; Monitoring; Reintroduction; Wildlife management; Wildlife restoration;Wildlife refuges
    • Black-footed ferret at borrow entrance investigating scientific equipment laying on ground. The black-footed ferret is one of the most endangered mammals in North America. For more information about the status of black-footed ferrets visit...
    • Black-footed ferret

    • Biologists (USFWS); Captive breeding; Employees (USFWS); Endangered 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...
    • Olson Bay and Grumman Goose

    • Aircraft; Aircraft; Aviation; ARLIS; Alaska
    • Off-loading U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Grumman N741 food supplies by Theron Smith, Ted Merrill, and Fred Thorsteinson.
    • Refuge Work

    • Wildlife refuges; Maintenance; Water management;
    • Using washed out rip-rap to make emergency repairs at west waterfowl unit no. 3 spillway. Note how water has cut away the new sugar-like fill below the spillway and is starting to go around end of wingwall.
    • Work (Wildlife)

    • History; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management;
    • The long watch - spotting antelope kids for tagging in Round Mountain area.
    • Work (Wildlife)

    • History; Wildlife refuges;
    • Sample weighing hay bales, IXL Ranch. Average weight, 48 1/2 lbs.
    • Albert Day and L.T. Oldroyd at Bethel Cemetery

    • History; The Pribilof Report 1949; Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; Work of the Service; Personnel; ARLIS; Alaska
    • Bethel, Alaska. Albert M. Day, Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and L.T. Oldroyd of the University of Alaska, inspecting the Bethel Cemetery. This cemetery was undermined by the Kuskokwim River just above the city water intake.
    • Black rhinoceros

    • Mammals; Extinctions;
    • The African black rhinoceros is an extinct subspecies. Historically, it once occurred across most of the west African savanna. Until recently, only a few individuals survived in northern Cameroon, but on July 8, 2006 the World Conservation Union...
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  Arriving on Nunivak

    • Work of the Service; Personnel; Nunivak; Aircraft; aircraft; Grumman Goose; Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; ARLIS; Alaska
    • The Pribilof Report 1949. "Eskimos helping a party from FWS airplane to shore. This was the group investigating living condiditons among the Alaska Natives. Dr. Mark Dawber has just stepped ashore. Albert M. Day, Larry Stevens, L. T. Oldroyd...
    • Hunting with recurve bow

    • Hunting; Recreation; Leisure activities; Connecting people with nature;
    • A hunter holds the recurve bow steady as he pulls back the arrow for release.
    • White-tailed Deer

    • Mammals; Scenics;
    • The silhouette of a White-tailed Deer standing on a hillside stands out against a purple sky at dusk.


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