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    • Subject Index
    • Aerial photography; Agribusiness; Agricultural ecosystems; Agriculture; Air Pollution; Aircraft; Alpine environments; Amphibians; Amphibious vehicles; Anadromous species; Animal industry; Aquaculture; Aquatic animals; Aquatic birds; Aquatic...
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    • This fish is trouble.

    • This fish is trouble.
    • Adults; Aquatic environments; Biologists (USFWS); Boating; Boats; Ecosystem recovery; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Fishes; Fishing; Habitat conservation; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Management; Personnel;...
    • A Big Muddy National Wildlife Refuge employee holds an Asian carp, (Invasive species), for the camera.
    • Water Control

    • Water Control
    • Wildlife refuges; Water management; Employees (USFWS); uniforms; service patch; history;
    • A female U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Employee checks the water at the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge located in Virginia.
    • Red Cockaded Woodpecker Research

    • Red Cockaded Woodpecker Research
    • Carolina Sandhills NWR; Endangered species Research; FWS Employees (USFWS); South Carolina
    • A FWS biologist tags a Red-cockaded woodpecker. These woodpeckers are endangered because open forests with big, old pine trees have been replaced by forests with younger, smaller pines. Periodic natural fires needed to control the brushy...
    • Gray wolf release

    • Gray wolf release
    • Endangered species; Mammals; Monitoring; Wildlife management;
    • A gray wolf fitted with a radio collar is released into the wild. The gray wolf or Canis lupus, often known simply as the wolf, is the largest extant wild member of the Canidae family. Though once abundant over much of Eurasia, North Africa and...
    • Capturing nutria

    • Capturing nutria
    • Aquatic animals; Invasive species; Mammals; Rodents; Wildlife management; Trapping; Tagging;
    • A safe trap awaits a nutria to venture out of the water and investigate. The animals are trapped in order to tag them to better understand the habits of nutria and to control populations.
    • Predator Fence

    • Predator Fence
    • Employees (USFWS); Predator control; Wildlife refuges; history; uniforms; service patch;
    • A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee examines a predator fence.
    • Predator Proof Fence

    • Predator Proof Fence
    • Predator control; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS); service patch; history;
    • A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee inspects a predator-proof fence.
    • Predator Control

    • Predator Control
    • Predator control; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS); history; uniforms; service patch;
    • A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee prepares a device to prevent predators from preying on nesting birds and their eggs.
    • Predator Control

    • Predator Control
    • Predator control; Predators; Employees (USFWS); Wildlife refuges; Trapping; history; uniforms; service patch;
    • A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee traps two fox at the Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Hit hard by hurricane Ike.

    • Hit hard by hurricane Ike.
    • Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Buildings, facilities and structures; Climate effects; Coastal environments; Contaminants; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Environments (Natural); Equipment; Pollution; Pollution cleanup; Pollution...
    • A view of some of the damage to propertyon the refuge, caused by hurricane Ike.
    • Water Control Structure Gauge

    • Water Control Structure Gauge
    • Water conservation; Water management; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • A water control structure gauge in a wetlands on the William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Rat trap setting, Kiska Island

    • Rat trap setting, Kiska Island
    • AMNWR; Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; Aleutian Island Unit; Islands; Rat control
    • Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge biologist Jeff Williams sets a rodent trap on Kiska Island
    • Phragmites again!

    • Phragmites again!
    • Aquaculture; Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Biological control; Ecosystem recovery; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Foliage; Habitat conservation; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Resource management;...
    • Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge employee inspects a patch of phragmites, an invasive species on the refuge.

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