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    • Young girls learn about turtles

    • Young girls learn about turtles
    • Connecting people with nature; Environmental education; Youth; Children; Wildlife refuges;
    • Learn about nature at your local National Wildlife Refuge by participating in their educational activities.
    • Students Learn to Use Binoculars

    • Students Learn to Use Binoculars
    • Connecting people with nature; Youth; Work of the Service; Education; Education outreach; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS);
    • Students learn about birding and how to use binoculars from a USFWS employee on the William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge.
    • This little girl was made for this job.

    • This little girl was made for this job.
    • Adults; Children; Connecting people with nature; Education; Education outreach; Environmental education; Interpretation; Leisure activities; Public access; Recreation; Vegetation; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Youth; Fire...
    • The students learn a valuable part of protecting the environment while having fun at the same time.
    • Trapped Nutria

    • Trapped Nutria
    • Aquatic animals; Invasive species; Mammals; Rodents; Wildlife management; Trapping; Tagging;
    • These nutria were safely trapped the night before and will be tagged to learn more about their habits.
    • I know! I know!

    • I know! I know!
    • Connecting people with nature; Environmental education; Youth; Children; Wildlife refuges;
    • Learn about nature at your local National Wildlife Refuge by participating in their educational activities.
    • Children enjoy learning about wildlife

    • Children enjoy learning about wildlife
    • Connecting people with nature; Environmental education; Youth; Children; Wildlife refuges;
    • Learn about nature at your local National Wildlife Refuge by participating in their educational activities.
    • Wonder how big this gator was?

    • Wonder how big this gator was?
    • Connecting people with nature; Environmental education; Youth; Children; Wildlife refuges;
    • Learn about nature at your local National Wildlife Refuge by participating in their educational activities.
    • Students Learn About Birding

    • Students Learn About Birding
    • Connecting people with nature; Youth; Work of the Service; Education; Education outreach; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS); uniforms; service patch;
    • Students look on as a USFWS employee teaches about birding on the William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Tribal Biologist Monitor Elk's Health Before Release

    • 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

    • 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

    • 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

    • 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...

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