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    • A One-on-One Relationship with Private Landowners

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    • 20 A One- on- One Relationship with Private Landowners Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program What is the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program? Through voluntary agreements the Partners program provides expert technical assistance and cost- share...
    • Run Off on San Diego National Wildlife Refuge

    • Erosion; Water conservation; Water management; Wildlife refuges; signs;
    • An image depicting the severity of the run off on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge. Run off can cause erosion, damaging conserved habitats.
    • Refuge visitors on the boardwalk

    • Adults; Connecting people with nature; Leisure activities; Public access; Recreation; Structures; Tourism; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges; Buildings, facilities and structures; Children; Wildlife viewing;
    • Women and children viewing wildlife and refuge habitats.
    • Sandhill cranes at Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

    • Migratory birds; Birds; Shorebirds; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • The Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is south of Sacramento in the northern reaches of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. Fish and Wildlife Service staff and partners have been working to restore historic wetland communities and enhance...
    • Tribal biologist monitor Elk's health before release

    • Partnerships; Monitoring; Tagging; Mammals;
    • Animals are tested for diseases, parasites, sex, age and overall health. Data collected from the GPS collars identify where the animals live and their migration patterns. The USFWS has a long history of working with Native American governments in...
    • Elk with Monitoring Collar

    • Partnerships; Monitoring; Tagging; Mammals;
    • This beautiful Elk will be monitored by a special frequency transmitted by the VHF collar around its neck. Data helps us understand migration patterns, mortality rates and habitat use. The USFWS has a long history of working with Native American...
    • Skokomish Tribal Elk Monitoring Project

    • Partnerships; Monitoring; Tagging; Mammals;
    • Funded by a Fish and Wildlife Service Tribal Wildlife Grant - Skokomish Tribal Members work to safely capture, collar and release Elk. Tribal Biologists Shane Miller, Scott Harris and Bethany Tropp completed this project in March of 2010. The USFWS...
    • Elk Being Collared with GPS a Tracking Device

    • Partnerships; Monitoring; Tagging; Mammals;
    • The Fish and Wildlife Service partners with Tribes in the Pacific Region to assist with species monitoring and habitat conservation. Here, they tag an elk with a GPS collar to track migration patterns. The USFWS has a long history of working with...
    • Black-footed ferret recovery plan (Original approval: June 14, 1978).

    • Wildlife; Endangered species; Wildlife restoration; Captive breeding; Reintroduction;Rare species
    • Published August 8, 1988. The Black-footed Ferret Recovery Plan outlines steps for recovery of the black-footed ferret (Mustela niorioes) throughout its historical range. Evidence suggests that the ferret was widely distributed and was probably...

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