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    • Trail to archeological site

    • Trail to archeological site
    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mollusks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • "Shell Mound Archeological Site"

    • "Shell Mound Archeological Site"
    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges; Signs;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mollusks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • Shell mound

    • Shell mound
    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • FWS employee examines shell mound

    • FWS employee examines shell mound
    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • FWS Employee examines shell mound

    • FWS Employee examines shell mound
    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • Shell mound

    • Shell mound
    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • Shell mound

    • Shell mound
    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • FWS Employee examines shells from ancient shell mound

    • FWS Employee examines shells from ancient shell mound
    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by the discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mullosks. over a 6,000 time span. Once...
    • Sign: "Archeological Site in this Area"

    • Sign: "Archeological Site in this Area"
    • Recreation; Artifacts; Historic sites; Wildlife refuges; Signs;
    • This ancient feature was initially created by Archaic cultures and completed by Woodland period cultures. Its height was reached by discarding the shells of their food source - oysters, clams, and other mollusks over a 6,000 time span. Once used as...
    • Gila Trout Transport

    • Gila Trout Transport
    • Threatened species; Fisheries management; Fishes; Fishing;
    • A Papillon helicopter carries a 55-gallon drum of native Gila trout up to Frye Creek on Feb. 23, 2011 in the Pinalenos Mountains of Arizona where the fish will be stocked. The project, funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, created...
    • Transporting Gila Trout into 55 Gallon Drum

    • Transporting Gila Trout into 55 Gallon Drum
    • Threatened species; Fisheries management; Fishes; Fishing; Biologists (USFWS);
    • Jeremy Voeltz, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service fishery biologist for the Arizona Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office, transports native Gila trout into 55-gallon drums that will flown up the Pinalenos Mountains to Frye Creek by helicopter as...
    • Releasing a Gila Trout

    • Releasing a Gila Trout
    • Threatened species; Fisheries management; Fishes; Fishing;
    • Arizona Game and Fish Department Fish Specialist Jason Kline releases native Gila trout into Frye Mesa Reservoir in the Pinaleno Mountains on Feb. 23, 2010. The project, funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, created the first Gila...
    • First Catch of Stocked Gila Trout

    • First Catch of Stocked Gila Trout
    • Threatened species; Fisheries management; Fishes; Fishing;
    • John Marvin of Sierra Vista, Arizona caught the first Gila trout in Arizona just moments after the native fish were stocked in Frye Mesa Reservoir in the Pinaleno Mountains on Feb. 23, 2010. Marvin, a member of the San Pedro Fly Casters...
    • Gila Trout Release

    • Gila Trout Release
    • Threatened species; Fisheries management; Fishes; Fishing;
    • Arizona Game and Fish Department Fish Specialist Jason Kline releases native Gila trout into Frye Mesa Reservoir in the Pinaleno Mountains on Feb. 23, 2010. The project, funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, created the first Gila...
    • Burrowing Owl

    • Burrowing Owl
    • Species of concern; Habitat restoration; Wildlife management; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Birds;
    • A burrowing owl swoops in to land on the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge. The Refuge has created artificial homes for the burrowing owl which the birds readily accept.
    • Burrowing Owl

    • Burrowing Owl
    • Species of concern; Birds; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Habitat restoration;
    • A burrowing owl swoops in to land on the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge. The Refuge has created artificial homes for the burrowing owl which the birds readily accept.
    • Burrowing Owl in Flight

    • Burrowing Owl in Flight
    • Species of concern; Birds; Habitat restoration; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing;
    • A burrowing owl flies over its habitat in the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge. The Refuge has created artificial homes for the burrowing owl which the birds readily accept.
    • Bird by Run Off Pool

    • Bird by Run Off Pool
    • Erosion; Water conservation; Water management; Wildlife refuges; Birds;
    • Severe run off on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge created pools large enough to draw the attention of birds.

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