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    • Ushagat Island,  White Bog Orchid

    • AMNWR; Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; Gulf of Alaska Unit; Botany; Vegetation; Flowers;Wildflowers; Scenics
    • 1988, THis flower is also called the White Bog Candle, most likely Platanthera dilatata
    • Black-crowned night heron

    • Birds; Waterfowl;
    • A juvenile black-crowned night heron standing on tree limb. At sunset, when most herons are flying toward their roosting places, the black-crowned herons are leaving the trees where they have spent the day scattering over the marshes to feed. By...
    • Jetbead root

    • Plants; Invasive species; Habitat restoration; Training; Vegetation; Work of the Service;
    • A student enrolled in WLD2139 Invasive Plant Management, a course offered at the USFWS National Conservation Training Center examines the root system of a jetbead he dug up - an invasive exotic shrub from Asia most likely spread from landscape...
    • Jetbead removal

    • Plants; Invasive species; Habitat restoration; Training; Vegetation; Work of the Service;
    • A student enrolled in WLD2139 Invasive Plant Management, a course offered at the USFWS National Conservation Training Center removes jetbead, an invasive exotic shrub from Asia most likely spread from landscape plantings.
    • Jetbead removal

    • Plants; Invasive species; Habitat restoration; Training; Vegetation; Work of the Service;
    • A student enrolled in WLD2139 Invasive Plant Management, a course offered at the USFWS National Conservation Training Center removes jetbead, an invasive exotic shrub from Asia most likely spread from landscape plantings. Notice the leaves are...
    • Jetbead removal

    • Plants; Invasive species; Habitat restoration; Training; Vegetation; Work of the Service;
    • A student enrolled in WLD2139 Invasive Plant Management, a course offered at the USFWS National Conservation Training Center removes jetbead, an invasive exotic shrub from Asia most likely spread from landscape plantings. These tiny seedlings...
    • Jetbead removal

    • Plants; Invasive species; Habitat restoration; Training; Vegetation; Work of the Service;
    • A student enrolled in WLD2139 Invasive Plant Management, a course offered at the USFWS National Conservation Training Center removes jetbead, an invasive exotic shrub from Asia most likely spread from landscape plantings. This student tried to get...
    • Western Grebe

    • History; Birds; Migratory birds; Photography; Wildlife refuges; Waterfowl;
    • A Western Grebe tending its nest in Klamath Marsh. The courtship ceremonies Grebes perform (a series of displays in ritualized, mechanical, sequences) are among the most complex known in birds.
    • Rainbow Trout Catch and Release

    • Recreation; Sport Fishing; Fishes; Trout; Alaska
    • Alaska fisherwoman Sarah Wolcoff with a rainbow trout taken from a southcentral Alaska stream. Early spring fishing in this area can be in windy, rainy, or snowy weather. Only the most dedicated of anglers venture out into this environment to seek...
    • Black-crowned night heron

    • Wading birds; Birds; Waterfowl;
    • At sunset when most herons are flying toward their roosting places, the black-crowned night herons are leaving the trees where they have spent the day scattering over the marshes to feed. By foraging at night, these birds avoid competition with...
    • Black-crowned night heron

    • Wading birds; Birds; Waterfowl;
    • At sunset when most herons are flying toward their roosting places, the black-crowned night herons are leaving the trees where they have spent the day scattering over the marshes to feed. By foraging at night, these birds avoid competition with...
    • 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...
    • Black-footed ferret

    • Captive breeding; Endangered and/or Threatened 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...
    • Visitors to Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge

    • Florida; History; centennial
    • By the time this image was taken Pelican Island had endured many threats. Plume hunters had eliminated all nesting species but the brown pelican. Freezes and hurricanes had killed and removed most of the mangrove vegetation forcing the pelicans...
    • White Campion

    • Flowering plants; Plants; Invasive species;
    • Close up of the White Campion. Most of entire plant hairy.
    • Columbia Spotted Frog

    • Candidate; Species of concern; Amphibians; Remote sensing;
    • Columbia spotted frogs (Rana Luteiventris) are found from Alaska and most of British Columbia to Washington east of the Cascades, Idaho, and portions of Wyoming, Nevada, and Utah. Spotted frogs live in spring seeps, meadows, marshes, ponds and...
    • Sockeye salmon

    • Recreation; Fishing;
    • David Warnberg with a very nice fly rod caught red (sockeye) salmon taken on the Kenai River near the confluence of the Russian River. This is one of the most popular fisheries in Alaska.
    • Spotted sandpiper

    • History; Migratory birds; Marine birds; Birds; Photography; Historic sites; Shorebirds; Wildlife refuges;
    • Finley and Bohlman hand painted glass slide of a young spotted sandpiper at Klamath Marsh 1905. The Spotted Sandpiper is the most widespread-breeding sandpiper in North America, capitalizing on generalist habits.
    • Flame Skimmer at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

    • Insects;
    • Flame Skimmer may be our most conspicuous dragonfly – the one most likely to be seen and commented upon by the general public. It is large, bright orange-red, and males perch conspicuously over ponds and lakes. Flame Skimmer is a bright...

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