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    • 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.
    • 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...
    • Snowy mountain scene

    • Panoramics; Wildlife refuges; Mountains; Aerial photography; Snow;
    • Picture shows a mountain with half snow covered and the other half bare.
    • 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...
    • Scenic view of Half Dome

    • Hiking; Mountains; Valleys; Wilderness; Parks;
    • Scenic view of Half Dome from another peak in Yosemite National Park
    • 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.
    • 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).
    • New Carissa - burning ship 2

    • 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 - burning ship 1

    • 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 - 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 - aft of ship

    • 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).
    • Nature Tram with visitors

    • Wildlife Refuges; Work of the Service; Wildlife viewing; Visitor services; Adults; Landscape photography; Birdwatching;
    • The comfortable, open-air tram traverses the 7-mile wildlife drive in an hour and a half. It is led by knowledgeable guides and includes a stop at the historic cemetery and a view of the Rio Grande.

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