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    • Moose In U.S. Fish and Wildlife Parking Lot

    • Moose In U.S. Fish and Wildlife Parking Lot
    • Work of the Service; Moose; Regional Office; Winter; Mammals; Anchorage; Alaska; Employees (USFWS)
    • Employees at the Region 7 (Alaska) Regional Office in mid-town Anchorage, must use caution when entering or exiting the building during the long winter months. Moose often times are found bedded down near the parking lot or browsing on birch trees...
    • Black-crowned night heron

    • 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

    • 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...
    • Bearberry and dwarf birch

    • Bearberry and dwarf birch
    • Vegetation; Berries; Wildlife refuges;
    • Tundra plants provide autumn vibrancy on a miniature scale when they change colors in September. Togiak Gallery
    • Golden Paintbrush (CALE)

    • Golden Paintbrush (CALE)
    • Threatened species; Plants;
    • Golden paintbrush is a perennial herb in the figwort or snapdragon family (Scrophulariaceae). It often has from 5-to-15 unbranched stems. The stems may be erect or spreading, in the latter case giving the appearance of being several plants,...
    • Golden Paintbrush (CALE)

    • Golden Paintbrush (CALE)
    • Threatened species; Plants;
    • Golden paintbrush is a perennial herb in the figwort or snapdragon family (Scrophulariaceae). It often has from 5-to-15 unbranched stems. The stems may be erect or spreading, in the latter case giving the appearance of being several plants,...
    • Ditch Filling

    • Ditch Filling
    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Biologists (USFWS); Partnerships;
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists monitoring ditch filling. Ditches are filled slowly to pushing any fish downstream out of the construction area. Fish are also captured and relocated when...
    • Channel Excavation

    • Channel Excavation
    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • Knife River construction worker (green vest) monitoring the depth of the tidal channel being constructed while an archaeologist (orange vest) monitors for cultural resources. Work is suspended or moves to another area when cultural resources are...
    • Pink Salmon On Alexander Creek

    • Pink Salmon On Alexander Creek
    • Salmon; Pink; Humpy; Recreation; Fishing;
    • David Warnberg with a nice pink salmon caught in Alexander Creek, Alaska. The pink is also known as the Humpy. You can see where this salmon gets the nickname when you look at this large male specimen. The pink is an aggressive fish and is known...
    • Fremont Weir on the Sacramento River

    • Fremont Weir on the Sacramento River
    • Rivers and streams; Water management;
    • When the water level of the Sacramento River reaches a high point it flows over into the Fremont Weir and then into the Yolo Bypass. The weir is part of flood control for the Sacramento River.
    • Boats on the Russian River

    • Boats on the Russian River
    • Rivers and streams; Fishing; Wildlife refuges;
    • Kenai River confluence is a hot fishing spot when the reds are running. Tens of thousands of salmon return to the river to be met by thousands of anglers.
    • Jay Norwood

    • Jay Norwood
    • refuge centennial; historical;duck stamp
    • Jay Norwood “Ding” Darling (1876 - 1962) became the “Father of the Federal ‘Duck Stamp’” on March 16, 1934, when Congress passed and President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp Act. The law set up a permanent...
    • Partnership sign

    • Partnership sign
    • Partnerships; Signs; Work of the Service;
    • Signage used for cooperative partnership project between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service West Virginia Field Office and Partners for Fish and Wildlife when they erected a bat gate at the entrance to Trout Cave located in Franklin, WV in order to...
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Sea Turtle egg relocation
    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: When uncovering an egg, the proper method is to gently circle the egg with your finger to begin to dislodge it from the sand.
    • Sea turtle nest relocation

    • Sea turtle nest relocation
    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Reptiles; Relocation;
    • July 12, 2010 Gulf Shores, AL - Alabama's first sea turtle nest to transfer to Kennedy Space Center on the Atlantic Coast of Florida. Our hope is the hatchlings will have imprinted sufficiently to return home to the Gulf Coast when they return to...
    • Auditorium at NCTC

    • Auditorium at NCTC
    • National Conservation Training Center; West Virginia; U.S. Fishes and Wildlife Service
    • Lots of things happen at the National Conservation Training Center! When you visit NCTC, you’ll have the chance to attend an evening lecture in our auditorium by a noted conservationist ... attend special conservation-themed workshops and...

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