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    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Boats; Boating; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • A group of Federal Wildlife Officers who begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured left to right: Samantha Fleming; Pam Jenkins; and Gabriel Harper.
    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Boats; Boating; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • A group of Federal Wildlife Officers who begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured left to right: Samantha Fleming; Pam Jenkins; and Gabriel Harper.
    • Oil resisting booms

    • Oil spills; Oil spills;
    • A variety of boom types can be seen starting from left: Pom-pom booms, standard orange or yellow booms and black heavy duty Navy-style booms.
    • California condor with young

    • History; Endangered and/or Threatened species; Birds; Birds of prey; Photography;
    • An adult condor (right) with its young (left) at nest site near Los Angeles. Part of 1906 hand painted glass slide series of condors by Finley and Bohlman.
    • Anti-bird strike film

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Birds; Human impacts;
    • Before and after picture of an application of anti-bird strike film to a window. Film has been applied to the pane on the right; none to the pane on the left. Shot was taken from the inside of the building looking out. Note the view from the...
    • Work (Wildlife)

    • History; Wildlife refuges; Agriculture;
    • Biologist Ray Fleetwood in experimental field. Note the height differences & head of shantung (on right) and Hydro Kaffir (on left).
    • Tule Lake, Klamath Marsh

    • Birds;
    • Camping out at Tule Lake, Klamath Marsh, 1905. Finley bird watching on the right with glasses and Bohlman on the left with the Axe.
    • Kodiak brown bear

    • Mammals; Wildlife;
    • Close view of bear standing with left side to camera in shallows at edge of water.
    • Mona Island iguana

    • Endangered and/or Threatened species; Reptiles;
    • Close-up head and shoulder shot of iguana looking to the left
    • Work (Wildlife)

    • History; Wildlife refuges; Agriculture;
    • Combining wheat in Unit 1. Note 8 ft. high lambs quarter in left foreground.
    • Three Arch Rocks

    • History; Birds; Marine birds; Migratory birds; Wildlife refuges; Photography;
    • Common Murres on the left and Brandt's Cormorant on the right at Three Arch Rocks, 1903. Finley and Bohlman's photographs of the area would later help Three Arch Rocks become the west coast's first bird refuge in 1907.
    • Bayou Sauvage Levee 3

    • Banks; Boats; Climate effects; Contaminants; Deciduous Trees; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Habitat fragmentation; Plants; Pollutants; Pollution; Resource management; Trees; Vegetation; Water pollution; Weather impacts; Wildlife...
    • Debris left on the refuge in the wake of hurricane Katrina.
    • Bayou Sauvage Levee 5

    • Banks; Boats; Climate effects; Contaminants; Deciduous Trees; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Habitat fragmentation; Plants; Pollutants; Pollution; Resource management; Trees; Vegetation; Water pollution; Weather impacts; Wildlife...
    • Debris left on the refuge in the wake of hurricane Katrina.
    • Bayou Sauvage Levee

    • Banks; Boats; Climate effects; Contaminants; Deciduous Trees; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Habitat fragmentation; Plants; Pollutants; Pollution; Resource management; Trees; Vegetation; Water pollution; Weather impacts; Wildlife...
    • Debris left on the refuge in the wake of hurricane Katrina.
    • Katrina storm damage Bayou Sauvage

    • Banks; Climate effects; Contaminants; Deciduous Trees; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Habitat fragmentation; Plants; Pollutants; Pollution; Resource management; Trees; Vegetation; Water pollution; Weather impacts; Wildlife refuges;
    • Debris left on the refuge in the wake of hurricane Katrina.
    • Renaming ceremony

    • Work of the Service; Celebrations; Ceremonies; Events; Directors (USFWS);
    • Dr. Richard M. Kaminski, Mississippi State University, (l) finishes reading a resolution honoring Sam Hamilton with a round of applause. (then – left to right) Speakers Cindy Dohner, Southeast Regional Director, Dan Ashe, Director, U.S. Fish...
    • International Wildlife Day

    • Law enforcement; Employees (USFWS); Education; Education outreach;
    • Employees from the Washington Office got a chance to celebrate International Wildlife Day on Tuesday, learning about some of the work the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service does internationally. At the Law Enforcement table (in the photo), people...
    • Finley and Bohlman at Klamath Marsh

    • Birds; History; Photography; Wildlife refuges;
    • Finley and Bohlman at a camp site in Klamath Marsh during 1905 trip. William Finley on the right cleaning a pot while Herman Bohlman on the left cooks a meal. Their work together photographing the area would later help Klamath become a bird refuge...

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