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    • Back in my other office

    • Adults; Buildings, facilities and structures; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Management; Personnel; Resource management; Service patch; Uniforms; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service;
    • Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge employees discuss refuge management needs.
    • Eastern red-backed salamander

    • Amphibians;
    • Our most common salamander. Two color forms. There is no larval aquatic stage; complete development takes place inside the egg. A lungless salamander, breathing through its skin and mouth lining. Red-backed form has a distinct reddish stripe down...
    • I love this alligator!

    • Amphibians; Children; Connecting people with nature; Education; Education outreach; Environmental education; Interpretation; Public access; Reptiles; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Work of the Service; Youth; Adults; Urban...
    • This little girl doesn't want to give this alligator back. Part of the fun people can enjoy at the refuge.
    • This feel really cool!

    • Amphibians; Children; Connecting people with nature; Education; Education outreach; Environmental education; Interpretation; Public access; Reptiles; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Work of the Service; Youth; Urban refuge
    • An environmental education student gets to feel the back of a young alligator on the refuge.
    • Fowler's Toad

    • Amphibians; Wildlife refuges;
    • The back of a fowler's toad at Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, MA.
    • Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Wildlife refuges;
    • Chorus frog at Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, VA.
    • Deer

    • Animals; Mammals; Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge; Virginia; Donna Dewhurst Collection
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    • West Indian manatee

    • Aquatic animals;Endangered species;Human impacts;Mammals; Wildlife;
    • Two manatee nuzzling noses together in Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge. Note scars on back on one manatee from boat propeller. For more information about manatees visit http://www.fws.gov/northflorida/manatee/manatees.htm
    • West Indian manatee

    • Aquatic animals;Endangered species;Human impacts; Marine Mammals; Wildlife; Mammals;Wildlife management
    • Several men releasing a radio tagged manatee back into the water. Vertical . For more information on manatees visit http://www.fws.gov/northflorida/Manatee/manatees.htm
    • West Indian manatee

    • Aquatic animals;Endangered species; Marine mammals;Mammals; Wildlife;
    • Two manatee surfacing to breathe in Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge. Note scar on back of one manatee from boat propeller. For more information on manatees visit http://www.fws.gov/northflorida/manatee/manatees.htm
    • Nutria is released Back Into the Water

    • Aquatic animals; Invasive species; Mammals; Rodents; Wildlife management; Trapping; Tagging;
    • The tagged nutria is released back into the water. Tagging the animals will help biologists to better understand the habits of nutria and prevent their spreading.
    • Common loon

    • Aquatic birds; Birds;
    • The common loon is best known for its call and is one of the most recognizable wilderness sounds. The loon is a large bird, about 28 to 36 inches, and has a thick, pointed, black bill. In breeding plumage the loon's head and neck are black with...
    • Green-backed Heron

    • Birds; Birds; Heron; Waterfowl
    • Small chunky heron with short legs. Back and sides of adult's neck are deep chestnut; green on upperparts is mixed with blue-gray; center of throat and neck is white. Greenish-black crown feathers, are sometimes raised to form shaggy crest. ...
    • American Oystercatcher

    • Birds; Coastal environments; Wildlife refuges;
    • American oystercatcher at Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, VA.
    • Piping Plover

    • Birds; Coastal environments; Wildlife refuges;
    • Piping plover at Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, VA.
    • Shepherdstown Elementary Environmental Education

    • Birds; Environmental education; Education outreach; Youth;
    • Two elementary school girls take a step back as a large bird spreads its wings before them at the Shepherdstown, Elementary School located in West Virginia.
    • Juvenile Red-footed Booby on Laysan Island

    • Birds; Marine birds;
    • Red-footed boobies are the smallest of all boobies. Their legs and feet are red and the bill is pale blue. Juveniles are wholly brown or blackish gray with black bill and facial skin and gray legs. Immature have patchy underwings without definite...

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