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    • What benefits do inspectors earn? Wildlife inspectors enjoy all the benefits of Federal employment, including a generous retirement plan with substantial investment opportunities. Inspectors earn 13 to 26 days of annual leave each year depending on...
    • From the Secretary

    • From the Secretary
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    • 4 Dear Citizens: This booklet provides information for citizen stewards and landowners, who embody President Bush’s vision of cooperative conservation— a vision built upon innovation, local ideas, inspiration and incentives, and on- the- ground...
    • Boat Dock Damaged by Tsunami

    • Boat Dock Damaged by Tsunami
    • Islands; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife impacts; Buildings, facilities and structures; Coastal environments; Weather impacts;
    • Boat dock damage in Midway Atoll harbor after a tsunami generated by a powerful earthquake off the coast of Japan struck the refuge at 11:36 PM on Thursday, March 10th and continued for the next few hours. Fortunately, Midway residents received...
    • Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska

    • Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
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    • Yukon Delta NWR, Bethel, Alaska: In ancient times, it was said, "All roads lead to Rome." And in more modern times, "All roads lead to Paris." Well, no roads lead to Bethel, Alaska, and the 26-million-acre Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge. ...
    • Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge, Montana

    • Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge, Montana
    • Wildlife refuges; Mountains
    • Lee Metcalf NWR, Stevensville, Montana: All seasons of the year are interesting at this beautiful little refuge set in the midst of the Bitterroot National Forest in southwestern Montana. All manner of birds are found here, from the majestic bald...
    • All are welcome.

    • All are welcome.
    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Children; Connecting people with nature; Education; Education outreach; Emblems; Exhibits; Illustrations; Interpretation; Leisure activities; Logo; Places (Human-made); Public access; Recreation; Signs;...
    • People of all ages enjoy entering the refuge visitor center to begin their wildlife and nature experience.
    • Checking on the young ones.

    • Checking on the young ones.
    • Adults; Aquatic animals; Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Banks; Boating; Boats; Employees (USFWS); Environments (Natural); Habitat conservation; Management; Personnel; Plants; Reptiles; Resource management; Uniforms; Vegetation; Wetlands;...
    • Checking on the health and growth of the wildlife, is all part of a days work on the refuge.
    • This is important work for all of us.

    • This is important work for all of us.
    • Adults; Aquatic animals; Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Banks; Boating; Boats; Employees (USFWS); Environments (Natural); Habitat conservation; Management; Personnel; Plants; Reptiles; Resource management; Uniforms; Vegetation; Wetlands;...
    • Big Branch Marsh National wildlife Refuge employee talks about the work of the service with interns..
    • Fun for all!

    • Fun for all!
    • Amphibians; Children; Connecting people with nature; Environments (Natural); Rivers and streams; Vegetation; Wetlands; Wildlife viewing; Youth;
    • Children really seem to come alive in the great outdoors.
    • Let me help with that.

    • Let me help with that.
    • Aquatic environments; Banks; Children; Connecting people with nature; Environments (Natural); Leisure activities; Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites; Tourism; Wildlife refuges;
    • These two could work at this all day. Playtime at the river makes the time fly by.
    • Cricket in a flower.

    • Cricket in a flower.
    • Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Banks; Conifers; Environments (Natural); Foliage; Forests; Marine environments; Scenics; Trees; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Flowers are pollinated by all sorts of insects these days.
    • Sunlit path in the forest.

    • Sunlit path in the forest.
    • Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Banks; Conifers; Environments (Natural); Foliage; Forests; Marine environments; Scenics; Trees; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges;
    • The winding path allows discovery of all kinds.
    • Escaped oil soaked boom

    • Escaped oil soaked boom
    • Oil spills; Oil spills;
    • Escaped oil soaked boom free floating in the waters just off of the Breton Island National Wildlife Refuge poses a threat to all wildlife.
    • Turtle nest excavation and relocation

    • Turtle nest excavation and relocation
    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Reptiles; Relocation;
    • July 12, 2010 - Gulf Shores, AL: Volunteers, federal agencies, state agencies, and nonprofits all worked together to make this monumental effort possible. Photo by Barbara Maxfield, USFWS.
    • Sea turtle nest  relocation

    • Sea turtle nest relocation
    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Reptiles; Relocation;
    • June 28, 2010: Sea turtle nest relocation on Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge. Refuge Biologist Jackie Isaacs, Deputy Refuge Manager Eva Kristofik (from Mountain Longleaf NWR), and interns (AD) Megan Creegan and Meredith Wilson perform the...
    • Sea turtle nest relocation

    • Sea turtle nest relocation
    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Reptiles; Relocation;
    • June 28, 2010 nest relocation. Sea turtle biologists from many agencies and academia were consulted on a number of options to reduce risk to northern Gulf sea turtle nests, and all of the risks were carefully considered and weighed in light of...
    • Sea turtle nest relocation

    • Sea turtle nest relocation
    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Reptiles; Relocation;
    • June 28, 2010: Sea turtle nest relocation on Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge. Refuge Biologist Jackie Isaacs, Deputy Refuge Manager Eva Kristofik (from Mountain Longleaf NWR), and interns (AD) Megan Creegan and Meredith Wilson perform the...
    • Sea turtle nest relocation

    • Sea turtle nest relocation
    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Reptiles; Relocation;
    • June 28, 2010, Gulf Shores, AL Protocol for all sea turtle nests in Alabama is to evaluate the location and move the nest, if it is too close to the water. This nest relocation was not associated with the oil spill in any way. However, its SECOND...
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Sea Turtle egg relocation
    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: It's vital to save every nest possible, however, not all nests contain viable eggs.

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