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    • Egmont Key North Battery

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges;
    • The Egmont Key National Wildlife Refuge, was established in 1974 and protects a diverse community of animals and plants, many of which are either threatened or endangered. This island refuge was once the site of the former United States Army Fort...
    • Is it in focus now?

    • Birds; Birdwatching; Children; Connecting people with nature; Environments (Natural); Leisure activities; Public access; Tourism; Trees; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Adults;
    • Father helps son focus the spotting scope for a closer look at a Warbler.
    • Oil soaked boom

    • Oil spills; Oil spills;
    • Boom that has done its job soaking up oil, but now is stranded on a portion of beach at the Breton Island National Wildlife Refuge. It will be a hazard to wildlife until removed.
    • Trail to archeological site

    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mollusks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • "Shell Mound Archeological Site"

    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges; Signs;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mollusks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • Shell mound

    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • FWS employee examines shell mound

    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • FWS Employee examines shell mound

    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • Shell mound

    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • Shell mound

    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • FWS Employee examines shells from ancient shell mound

    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • Sign: "Archeological Site in this Area"

    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges; Signs;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mollusks over a 6,000 time span. Once used as...
    • Peacock Larkspur

    • Wildflowers; Prairies; Vegetation; Valleys; Species of concern;
    • The peacock larkspur is found only in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. Presently, the natural vegetation of the Willamette Valley is experiencing a threat not altogether different in magnitude from the Missoula Floods - human development. Since...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Cumberland darter

    • Freshwater fishes; Endangered species;
    • The Cumberland darter is only found in the upper Cumberland River system above Cumberland Falls in Kentucky and Tennessee. Historically, this species inhabited 21 streams in the upper Cumberland River system. Now, the Cumberland darter survives...
    • Red-breasted nuthatch

    • animals; aves;Birds; Birds; Deschutes National Forests; Oregon
    • Found throughout the United States now, the red-breasted nuthatch has expanded its range southward. Gives a call that sounds high pitched and is said to be similar to a toy tin horn.

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