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    • 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...
    • Applegate Cove

    • Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Personnel; Coastal zone management; Ferries; Motor vehicles;
    • Izembek Lagoon, Applegate Cove. Bob Jones (left) and driver Cal Reeve loading Fish and Wildlife Service Jeep for lagoon crossing. They lashed two skiffs together to serve as pontoon to transport Jeep across Applegate Cove.
    • Jimmy Carter at Kodiak Refuge Visitors Center

    • Wildlife refuges; Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge; Visitor Center
    • Pictured are, from left to right: Tony Chatto, Fishery Biologist/Pilot; Bill Pyle, Supervisory Wildlife Biologist; Cinda Childers, Office Automation Clerk; Gerri Castonguay, Administrative Technician (Office Automation); Elizabeth Pattinson,...
    • Girl Scouts

    • Wildlife refuges; Children; Wildlife restoration; Connecting people with nature;
    • Girl Scouts help replant trees and clean up the debris left by Hurricane Ike
    • Habitat restoration

    • Wildlife refuges;
    • On the left, is an old pine plantation. On the right, the area has been thinned to its natural state to promote wildlife habitat.
    • Groundwater Monitoring

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Water management; Monitoring;
    • Laura Brophy (left) of Greenpoint Consulting and masters candidate student Megan MacClullan (right) download data from a groundwater well. Fourteen wells are located within the restoration area and four are in the control (natural) marsh to...
    • Newly hatched Loggerhead sea turtles

    • Reptiles; Endangered and/or Threatened species; Wildlife refuges; Coastal environments;
    • Volunteer helps inventory a nest of hatched turtles in order to determine productivity. These hatchlings were left in the nest and did not get out. They were taken to the water due to the heat of the day and to protect them from being spotted and...
    • Turtle nest hatchery

    • Reptiles; Employees (USFWS); Volunteers; Wildlife refuges;
    • From left to right, volunteer Katie Snipes, Refuge Manger Kevin Godsea, and ES biologist Melissa Bimbi relocating loggerhead sea turtle nests into a hatchery on Cape Island, SC.
    • Albert M. Day in Alaska

    • Refuge Centennial; Directors (USFWS)
    • The job of director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service involved more than just wildlife in the territorial days of our 49th state, Alaska. Albert M. Day, the agency’s director between 1946 and 1953 (second from left), investigated the living...
    • Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge 004

    • Prescribed burning; Grasslands; Employees (USFWS)
    • Onion Bayou Prairie prescribed burn at Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge in Texas - Pictured from left to right: Prescribed Fire Specialist Paul C. Charland, Assistant Fire Management Officer Craig Crenshaw, Range Technician Doug Head.
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at Kaflia Bay

    • Personnel; Employees (USFWS); Katmai National Wilderness Area; Work of the Service; Fisheries management Management; Transportation; Aircraft; Aircraft; ARLIS; Alaska
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service airplane, Grumman Goose NC 709, servicing stream guard Art Freeman. Enforcement agent Roy Lindsley (left) and Mr. Freeman (right)."
    • WOE104  Multi-Species Conservation Ceremony

    • Partnerships; Endangered and/or Threatened species;
    • From left to right standing: John Keys, Commissioner of Reclamation, Tom Weimer, Acting Assist. Secretary for Water and Science, DOI; Mike Chrisman, Secretary for Resources, California; Judge Craig Manson, Assist. Secretary for Fish, Wildlife and...
    • 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.
    • Brook Floater and Northern Lance

    • Mollusks; Rivers and streams; Species of concern;
    • These two native specimens were pulled from the Potomac River during a survey near Shepherd's Island, MD. Of the two, the mollusk on the left - a Brook Floater, is considered a "species of concern".
    • Biologists with tranquilized gray wolf

    • Mammals; Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS); Personnel; Monitoring; Radio telemetry; Endangered and/or Threatened species;
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists Mike Jimenez (left) and Ed Bangs (right) take blood samples from a tranquilized wolf after fitting it with a radio collar during collaring operations in Yellowstone National Park May 2003. Higher resolution...
    • Kodiak brown bear

    • Mammals; Wildlife;
    • Close view of bear standing with left side to camera in shallows at edge of water.
    • Civilian Conservation Corps, White River National Wildlife Refuge

    • Logging; Lumber industry; History; Wildlife refuges;
    • Logging at White River National Wildlife Refuge by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Very large tree trunk being transported on a large 8-wheeled cart; driver sits at the head of the vehicle in the center. More felled logs are on the left. Wood...
    • Illegal alien activity

    • Law enforcement; Service patch; Uniforms; Wildlife refuges; Boats;
    • Refuge officers inspect a raft left behind by illegal aliens entering the country through the refuge.
    • Illegal alien activity

    • Law enforcement; Service patch; Uniforms; Wildlife refuges; Boats;
    • Refuge officers inspect a raft left behind by illegal aliens entering the country through the refuge.
    • Law enforcement

    • Law Enforcement; History; Hunting;
    • Unidentified man wearing a cap, cardigan, and tie, holding up a dead deer. He is standing in front of a wire fence that borders a roadway. Buildings are visible in the left background. Inserted into the lower right corner of the photograph is...


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