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    • A Texas Rancher Who Became a Believer

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    • 6 A Texas Cattle Rancher Who “ Became a Believer” “ We’re just ‘ wildlifing’ it all over the place, and we’re happy to do it,” Bob Long said. Long is enhancing habitat on his 550- acre property to benefit the Houston toad, an...
    • A One-on-One Relationship with Private Landowners

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    • 20 A One- on- One Relationship with Private Landowners Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program What is the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program? Through voluntary agreements the Partners program provides expert technical assistance and cost- share...
    • Glossary

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    • 22 Glossary Species Status categories: at- risk species — species of plants and animals that are Federal candidate species and those that the Service has not identified as candidate species, but are facing threat( s) and are potential...
    • Tattered old hat and pins

    • Adults; Connecting people with nature; Leisure activities; Public access; Recreation;
    • A girl shows off her tattered old hat filled with pins of places she may have visited.
    • Hudson's Bay Company Grave

    • Alaska
    • Fort Yukon. Hudson Bay Company grave - Eric Wards. Wooden tombstone reads: "Sacred to the memory of Eric Wards HB Co. Ser. who was drowned on the 18th May 1867 age 21 years."
    • Eastern Spadefoot Toad

    • Amphibians; Rare species; Wildlife refuges;
    • Rarely observed Eastern Spadefoot Toad at Cape May National Wildlife Refuge, NJ.
    • Eastern Spadefoot Toad

    • Amphibians; Rare species; Wildlife refuges;
    • Rarely observed Eastern Spadefoot Toad at Cape May National Wildlife Refuge, NJ.
    • Atlantic salmon smolts

    • Aquaculture; Anadromous species; Endangered species; Fishes; Fisheries management;
    • Atlantic salmon spend the first two years of life in the fresh water habitats of their native stream (occasionally three, depending upon food availability). At two years of age, the fish undergo the process of smoltification, resulting in changes...
    • Common loon

    • Aquatic birds; Birds;
    • The common loon is best known for its call and is one of the most recognizable wilderness sounds. The loon is a large bird, about 28 to 36 inches, and has a thick, pointed, black bill. In breeding plumage the loon's head and neck are black with...
    • White Ibis

    • Aquatic birds; Birds;
    • Habitat: Salt, brackish, and fresh marshes, rice fields, mangroves. May forage in any kind of shallow water, commonly flying to feed in fresh water even in coastal regions. Foraging sites include marshes, mudflats, flooded pastures, lake edges,...
    • Tombstone at DC Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery

    • Artifacts; Buildings, facilities and structures; Fisheries management;History
    • Tombstone of Carl Albin a Fish and Wildlife Service hatchery worker. May 9, 1881 - March 12,1916. WS Resource Links:http://mountain-prairie.fws.gov/dcbooth/info.htm. Cultural Resources CD
    • Shorebird Study

    • Birds; Bird banding; Employees (USFWS); Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service;
    • A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee holds a bird at the Chesapeake Bay Shorebird Study at the Cape May National Wildlife Refuge in New Jersey.
    • Shorebird Banding

    • Birds; Employees (USFWS); Bird banding; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service;
    • A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee bands a bird at the Chesapeake Bay Shorebird Study at the Cape May National Wildlife Refuge in New Jersey.
    • Pelican release

    • Birds; Employees (USFWS); Oil spills; Shorebirds; Relocation;
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife veterinarian Sharon Taylor and Charlie Pelizza, refuge manager at Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge, release a recovered pelican at the refuge on Monday May 10.
    • Pelican release

    • Birds; Employees (USFWS); Oil spills; Shorebirds; Relocation;
    • A brown pelican that had been oiled and then cleaned soars after being released at Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge near Vero Beach, Florida on Monday May 10.
    • Pelican release

    • Birds; Employees (USFWS); Oil spills; Shorebirds; Relocation;
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife veterinarian Sharon Taylor and Charlie Pelizza, refuge manager at Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge, release a Northern Gannet that had been oiled and cleaned at Pelican Island on Monday May 10.
    • Rat Island, Aleutian Islands

    • Birds; Marine birds; Coastal environments;
    • Rat Island in the western Aleutians got infested with rats in 1780 when a Japanese sailing ship went aground. It may have been an important seabird colony, but little bird life now exists. Rats in large numbers still persist on Rat Island by ...
    • Trumpeter swan

    • Birds; Migratory birds; Waterfowl;
    • Banded Trumpeter Swan hen with four young swimming in reeds. This is the largest waterfowl species native to North America. Most weigh 21-30 pounds, males are larger and may exceed 35 pounds.The Trumpeter Swan is the largest waterfowl species...
    • Nesting brown pelicans

    • Birds; Oil spills;
    • There are 1,300 brown pelican nests on Breton Island. Brown pelicans have recently been downlisted from endangered to threatened. Photo taken on May 3, 2010 as the oil spill approaches the Gulf Coast. Boom can be seen in the background.

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