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    • Large pothole

    • Aerial photography;
    • An aerial shot of a large half-drained pothole cut in half by a road.
    • Whooping Crane dines on fresh seafood.

    • Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Banks; Birds; Coastal environments; Endangered species; Environments (Natural); Marine birds; Vegetation; Wading birds; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • Catching a tasty meal is half of the fun for a Whooping Crane.
    • American White Pelican

    • Aquatic birds; Species of concern;
    • The American white pelican is one of the largest birds in North America, measuring 6 feet from bill to tail. White pelicans weigh up to 20 pounds and have a wingspan of 8 to 9 and a half feet long.
    • Salmon  Fry

    • Fishes;
    • Millions of salmon fry are released from hatcheries to rivers each spring. The adult fish generally return three and a half years later to the rivers where they were released.
    • Salmon Fry

    • Fishes;
    • Millions of salmon fry are released from hatcheries to rivers each spring. The adult fish generally return three and a half years later to the rivers where they were released.
    • Salmon Fry

    • Fishes;
    • Millions of salmon fry are released from hatcheries to rivers each spring. The adult fish generally return three and a half years later to the rivers where they were released.
    • Salmon Fry

    • Fishes
    • Millions of salmon fry are released from hatcheries to rivers each spring. The adult fish generally return three and a half years later to the rivers where they were released.
    • Salmon Fry

    • Fishes;
    • Millions of salmon fry are released from hatcheries to rivers each spring. The adult fish generally return three and a half years later to the rivers where they were released.
    • FWS Law Enforcement Checks Hunting License

    • Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge; New Jersey; Law enforcement; Resource management
    • GREAT SWAMP NWR LICENSE CHECK. A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service official checks a hunter's license at Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge in New Jersey. Hunting is permitted on more than half of the nation's national wildlife refuges.
    • Scenic view of Half Dome

    • Hiking; Mountains; Valleys; Wilderness; Parks;
    • Scenic view of Half Dome from another peak in Yosemite National Park
    • Flame Skimmer at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

    • Insects;
    • Flame Skimmer may be our most conspicuous dragonfly – the one most likely to be seen and commented upon by the general public. It is large, bright orange-red, and males perch conspicuously over ponds and lakes. Flame Skimmer is a bright...
    • Half Buried Bonin Petrel Which Was Later Rescued

    • Islands; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife impacts; Birds; Coastal environments; Marine birds; Weather impacts;
    • This Bonin petrel was half buried in sand after a tsunami generated by a powerful earthquake off the coast of Japan struck the refuge at 11:36 PM on Thursday, March 10th and continued for the next few hours. On March 15, FWS released an official...
    • Two Laysan Albatross Chicks Half Buried Were Later Rescued

    • Islands; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife impacts; Birds; Coastal environments; Marine birds; Weather impacts;
    • These two Laysan albatross chicks were buried by sand and vegetation after tsunami wave. The tsunami, generated by a powerful earthquake off the coast of Japan, struck the refuge at 11:36 PM on Thursday, March 10th and continued for the next few...
    • New Carissa - ATV in forefront

    • New Carissa; Oil spills; Oregon coast
    • The grounded freighter New Carissa is broken in half as smoke and fire continues to burn. Navy demolition experts set the fire to burn the fuel which caused the ship to break into two off the Oregon coast (near Coos Bay).
    • New Carissa - media at scene

    • New Carissa; Oil spills; Oregon coast
    • The grounded freighter New Carissa is broken in half as smoke and fire continues to burn. Navy demolition experts set the fire to burn the fuel which caused the ship to break into two off the Oregon coast (near Coos Bay).

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