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    • Blue goose at the White House

    • Blue goose at the White House
    • Wildlife refuges;
    • A celebration of the Blue Goose 99th birthday by Region 3 Refuge Chief Nita Fuller, Don Hultman, Jon Kauffield, Lim Leach, March 11 -15, 2002 Blue Goose logo banner
    • Rhino horns

    • Rhino horns
    • Wildlife management; Work of the Service;
    • Rising global demand for rhino horn – both for alleged medicinal value and ornamental use – has led to an epidemic of poaching in Africa, as well as theft and illegal trade in rhino horns from museums and private collections. Illegal...
    • Memorial Wall

    • Memorial Wall
    • Memorial; Events;
    • Names are added each year to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial to remember officers (including Service special agents and refuge officers) who die in the line of duty.
    • Memorial Wall

    • Memorial Wall
    • Memorial; Events;
    • Engravers work to add the name of a Service special agent to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington D.C.
    • President Johnson Signs the Wilderness Act

    • President Johnson Signs the Wilderness Act
    • History; Forest conservation; Wilderness;
    • President L.B. Johnson signs the Wilderness Act in the White House Rose Garden, September 1964. Mardy Murie, Alice Zahniser in the foreground with President Johson. Environmental Sciences;
    • WOE119  Frying Shad  (American)

    • WOE119 Frying Shad (American)
    • Fishes;
    • Location: Potomac River (Fletcher's Boathouse) Washington, DC April 2004. Electronic Image Only (no slide/print available); Fishes Restoration; American Shad; Smoked; Shad; WOE119;
    • Tiger

    • Tiger
    • Ceremonies; Wildlife management; Wildlife viewing; Parks; Endangered species;
    • The sumatran tiger makes an appearance at the Save Vanishing Species event to unvail the Tiger stamp for the First-Day-OF-Issue Ceremony at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park.
    • Rhino horns

    • Rhino horns
    • Animal industry; Water management; Wildlife restoration; Work of the Service;
    • Rising global demand for rhino horn – both for alleged medicinal value and ornamental use – has led to an epidemic of poaching in Africa, as well as theft and illegal trade in rhino horns from museums and private collections. Illegal...
    • Resources and Contacts

    • Resources and Contacts
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    • 23 Resources and Contacts For information about cooperative conservation opportunities, contact the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service office for your State. Pacific Region ( Region 1) Endangered Species Program Office 1- 503- 231- 6118 www. fws. gov/...

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