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    • Equipment used for fire control at Seney National Wildlife Refuge

    • Wildlife Refuges; Forest fires; Fire management; Fires; Equipment; Landscape photography;
    • Fire equipment at Seney National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge was established in 1935 as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife. The wild land that today is the refuge has not always appeared so wild. This is a land that...
    • Erosion control

    • Wildlife refuges; Erosion;
    • Erosion control efforts at Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge
    • Erosion control

    • Wildlife refuges; Erosion;
    • Erosion control efforts at Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge
    • Erosion control

    • Wildlife refuges; Erosion;
    • Erosion control efforts at Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge
    • Erosion control

    • Wildlife refuges; Erosion;
    • Erosion control efforts at Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge
    • Installing water control pipe

    • Water management; Employees (USFWS); History;
    • Two U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees work together to install a water control pipe.
    • 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.
    • Predator Control Agent J.E. Miner Instructing Course

    • Training; Natural Resource management; Work of Service; Personnel; ARLIS; Alaska
    • Mr. J.E. Miner, assistant district agent, predator control for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, was one of the 17 instructors for the course. Twenty-six servicemen attended, and were housed at Ladd AFB. Sent in by Captain Yearout.
    • Groundwater Monitoring

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Water management; Monitoring;
    • Laura Brophy (left) of Greenpoint Consulting and masters candidate student Megan MacClullan (right) download data from a groundwater well. Fourteen wells are located within the restoration area and four are in the control (natural) marsh to...
    • 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.
    • FWS Employee Setting Beaver Trap

    • Resource management; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Service patch; Trapping
    • SETTING BEAVER TRAP. Refuge personnel engage in a variety of habitat management activities ranging from habitat enhancement to pest control, including dealing with beavers whose activities may damage critical water control structures. Service...
    • Monarch butterflies

    • Insects; Biological control; Habitat conservation; Flowering plants; Ecosystem recovery; Habitat restoration; Tagging; Research;
    • Monarch butterfly population overwintering in Pacific Grove, California. Blue tags on butterflies. North American monarchs travel up to an astonishing 3,000 miles in an annual migration from their summer breeding habitat to overwintering grounds.
    • Monarch butterflies

    • Insects; Biological control; Habitat conservation; Flowering plants; Ecosystem recovery; Habitat restoration; Tagging; Research;
    • Monarch butterfly population overwintering in Pacific Grove, California. Blue tags on butterflies. North American monarchs travel up to an astonishing 3,000 miles in an annual migration from their summer breeding habitat to overwintering grounds.
    • Monarch butterflies

    • Insects; Biological control; Habitat conservation; Flowering plants; Ecosystem recovery; Habitat restoration; Research; Landscape conservation; Tagging;
    • Monarch butterfly population overwintering in Pismo Beach, California. North American monarchs travel up to an astonishing 3,000 miles in an annual migration from their summer breeding habitat to overwintering grounds.
    • Monarch butterflies

    • Insects; Biological control; Habitat conservation; Flowering plants; Ecosystem recovery; Habitat restoration; Research; Landscape conservation; Tagging;
    • Monarch butterfly population overwintering in Pismo Beach, California. North American monarchs travel up to an astonishing 3,000 miles in an annual migration from their summer breeding habitat to overwintering grounds.
    • Monarch butterflies

    • Insects; Biological control; Habitat conservation; Flowering plants; Ecosystem recovery; Habitat restoration; Research;
    • Monarch butterfly population overwintering in Pismo Beach, California. North American monarchs travel up to an astonishing 3,000 miles in an annual migration from their summer breeding habitat to overwintering grounds.
    • Monarch butterflies

    • Insects; Biological control; Habitat conservation; Flowering plants; Ecosystem recovery; Habitat restoration; Research;
    • Monarch butterfly population overwintering in Pismo Beach, California. North American monarchs travel up to an astonishing 3,000 miles in an annual migration from their summer breeding habitat to overwintering grounds.

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