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    • California condor "General"

    • History; Endangered species; Birds; Birds of prey; Perching birds;
    • "General", William Finley's pet condor at his home in Oregon known as Jennings Lodge. "He loved to sit, with wings spread wide to the sun and watching life on the river. Almost daily a turkey-vulture sailed overhead, turning to look at him, not...
    • Dunlin and Western Sandpipers047

    • Environmental education; Events; Shorebirds; Connecting people with nature;
    • Dunlins and Western Sandpipers gather every Spring to eat small invertebrates in the rich mud on the shores of Kachemak Bay. Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival, which has existed since 1993, celebrates the return of the migration every year on the...
    • FWS Employee Navigates Airboat

    • Resource management; Boats;Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges
    • LACASSINE NWR, LOUISIANA, EMPLOYEE ON AIRBOAT. National wildlife refuge employees care for lands that provide virtually every type of habitat needed for the survival of fish and wildlife. Navigating the bayous, flooded bottomland hardwood areas,...
    • FWS Employee with Bromeliad plant

    • Resource management; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Plants
    • BROMELIAD, OKEFENOKEE NWR. Employees at national wildlife refuges work to maintain and preserve lands which provide virtually every type of habitat needed for the survival of fish and wildlife. Southern refuges, like Georgia's Okefenokee,...
    • Hawaiian Monk Seal

    • Adults; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; Research; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Bird banding; Endangered species;
    • Hawaiian Monk Seal resting. Hawaiian monk seals were first recorded in 1825 at the Hawaiian archipelago's northernmost island, Kure Atoll. Scientist estimate about 1,100 to 1,200 monk seals live in the Hawaiian islands chain today. The abundance of...
    • Marsh burn at Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge

    • Fire management;
    • Burning marshes opens new nesting grounds for migratory birds at Tule Lake NWR. The Tule Marsh is burned intermittently every few years. Tule reeds become thick and choke nesting habitat. Burning removes old growth, inviting new nesting...
    • Monarch migration

    • butterfly; insects; Migratory birds; New Jersey
    • Monarch butterflies are among the few species of butterflies that migrate every year. They have a challenging journey. Every fall, thousands of monarch butterflies fly west to winter in California and Mexico. They cover the trees there with their...
    • Monarch Migration

    • butterfly; insects;New Jersey; Migratory birds
    • Monarch butterflies are among the few species of butterflies that migrate every year. They have a challenging journey. Every fall, thousands of monarch butterflies fly west to winter in California and Mexico. They cover the trees there with their...
    • Nantucket lighthouse

    • Wildlife viewing; Wildlife refuges; Coastal environments; Scenics; Recreation sites;
    • The existing lighthouse, a 60-foot replica of the original 1816 tower, was constructed in 1986. With its extreme location, the light at Great Point still aids mariners' navigation as it flashes every five seconds.
    • Nantucket lighthouse

    • Wildlife viewing; Wildlife refuges; Coastal environments; Scenics; Recreation sites;
    • The existing lighthouse, a 60-foot replica of the original 1816 tower, was constructed in 1986. With its extreme location, the light at Great Point still aids mariners' navigation as it flashes every five seconds.
    • Nantucket lighthouse

    • Wildlife viewing; Wildlife refuges; Coastal environments; Scenics; Recreation sites; Panoramics;
    • The existing lighthouse, a 60-foot replica of the original 1816 tower, was constructed in 1986. With its extreme location, the light at Great Point still aids mariners' navigation as it flashes every five seconds.
    • Nantucket lighthouse

    • Wildlife viewing; Wildlife refuges; Coastal environments; Scenics; Recreation sites; Panoramics;
    • The existing lighthouse, a 60-foot replica of the original 1816 tower, was constructed in 1986. With its extreme location, the light at Great Point still aids mariners' navigation as it flashes every five seconds.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: It's vital to save every nest possible, however, not all nests contain viable eggs.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers;
    • July 16, 2010 - Port St. Joe, FL: Sea turtle nests are located and marked by USFWS and volunteers that patrol the beach every day.
    • Weighing Caged Nutria

    • Aquatic animals; Invasive species; Mammals; Rodents; Wildlife management; Trapping; Tagging; Biologists (USFWS);
    • Every nutria is weighed before tagging. Tagging the animals will help biologists to better understand the habits of nutria and prevent their spreading

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