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    • Loggerhead turtle eggs

    • Reptiles; Threatened species; Wildlife refuges;
    • A loggerhead turtle lays her eggs in a nest on the beach
    • Measuring mallard eggs

    • Environmental Sciences; Pollutants;Waterfowl;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service worker measuring mallard eggs for study. Vertical.
    • Harvesting Eggs from Female Chinook

    • Fish hatcheries; Fisheries management; Fishes; Employees (USFWS);
    • Harvesting eggs from a female Chinook at the Carson National Fish Hatchery. Each female has between 3,800-4000 eggs.
    • FWS employee rinses eggs

    • Fish hatcheries; Fisheries management; Fishes; Employees (USFWS); Service patch; Uniforms
    • A FWS employee rinses eggs at the Carson National Fish Hatchery. Rinsing the eggs aids in fertilization.
    • King Salmon Roe

    • Salmon Roe; Salmon Eggs; Bait; King Salmon; Chinook Salmon; Fishing; Fisheries management; Deshka River; Recreation; Roe; Skein
    • Salmon roe is cured in salt, borax and commercial curing compounds for use as bait for salmon and trout. The bait is used in quarter to silver dollar sized pieces or as single eggs. Fresh high grade salmon eggs are shipped to Japan where they are...
    • Atlantic salmon eggs

    • Endangered species; Fishes;
    • Microscopic view of Atlantic salmon eggs near hatching. By March, and the onset of Spring, Atlantic salmon eggs are well developed. The head, eyes, heart, fins, vertebrae and blood vessels can be seen. Hatching produces a "sac fry" which remains in...
    • Sea turtle nest relocation

    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Reptiles; Relocation;
    • June 28, 2010 sea turtle nest relocation: Sea turtle eggs are very delicate. The temperature of the eggs can affect the sex of the turtle. Boys are cool, girls are warm. Photo by Bonnie Strawser, USFWS.
    • Sea turtle nest relocation

    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Reptiles; Relocation;
    • June 28, 2010: Where there are a few eggs, there can be up to 100! Sea turtles can lay around 100 eggs per nest. Photo taken at Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge, www.fws.gov/bonsecour/ by Bonnie Strawser, USFWS. 
    • Sea turtle nest relocation

    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Reptiles; Relocation;
    • July 12, 2010 Gulf Shores, AL - Alabama's first sea turtle nest to transfer to Kennedy Space Center on the Atlantic Coast of Florida. Regional Director Cindy Dohner carries half the eggs from the nest of 127 eggs to the waiting FedEx truck. Photo...
    • Pelican eggs

    • Birds; Oil spills; Shorebirds; Wildlife refuges;
    • Brown pelican eggs in a nest at Breton National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: Upon excavating this nest, biologists knew that there were no healthy eggs in the batch. These eggs were crushed prior to excavation.
    • Bull Trout

    • Fishes; Threatened species;
    • In Bighorn (Ram) Creek, in the Wigwam River drainage of British Columbia, the Threatened bull trout complete their 50-mile cross-border International spawning migration from Lake Koocanusa in the Kootenai River drainage in Montana. As many as five...
    • Bull trout

    • Fishes; Threatened species;
    • In Bighorn (Ram) Creek, in the Wigwam River drainage of British Columbia, the threatened bull trout complete their 50-mile cross-border International spawning migration from Lake Koocanusa in the Kootenai River drainage in Montana. As many as five...
    • Bull Trout

    • Fishes; Threatened species;
    • In Bighorn (Ram) Creek, in the Wigwam River drainage of British Columbia, the Threatened bull trout complete their 50-mile cross-border International spawning migration from Lake Koocanusa in the Kootenai River drainage in Montana. As many as five...
    • Bull Trout

    • Fishes; Threatened species;
    • In Bighorn (Ram) Creek, in the Wigwam River drainage of British Columbia, the Threatened bull trout complete their 50-mile cross-border International spawning migration from Lake Koocanusa in the Kootenai River drainage in Montana. As many as five...
    • Bull Trout

    • Fishes; Threatened species;
    • In Bighorn (Ram) Creek, in the Wigwam River drainage of British Columbia, the Threatened bull trout complete their 50-mile cross-border International spawning migration from Lake Koocanusa in the Kootenai River drainage in Montana. As many as five...
    • Bull Trout

    • Fishes; Threatened species;
    • In Bighorn (Ram) Creek, in the Wigwam River drainage of British Columbia, the Threatened bull trout complete their 50-mile cross-border International spawning migration from Lake Koocanusa in the Kootenai River drainage in Montana. As many as five...

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