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    • 12/27/1933

    • 12/27/1933
    • 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...
    • Albatross Nesting at Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge

    • Albatross Nesting at Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge
    • Birds; Marine birds; Islands; Wildlife refuges; Tropical environments;
    • Laysan albatross nesting at Eastern Island, Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge. A black-footed albatross is seen, lower left. The vegetation on the left is native naupaka. The vegetation in the background on the right is an invasive plant,...
    • Albert M. Day in Alaska

    • 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

    • Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge 004
    • Fire; 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.
    • Anti-bird strike film

    • 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...
    • Applegate Cove

    • Applegate Cove
    • Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Personnel; Coastal zone management; 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.
    • Bayou Sauvage Levee

    • 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.
    • Bayou Sauvage Levee 3

    • 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

    • 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.
    • Biologists  with tranquilized gray wolf

    • Biologists with tranquilized gray wolf
    • Mammals; Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS); Personnel; Monitoring; Radio telemetry
    • 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...
    • Brook Floater and Northern Lance

    • 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".
    • California condor with young

    • California condor with young
    • History; Endangered 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.
    • Finley and Bohlman at Klamath Marsh

    • 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...
    • Flooded roadway in Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.

    • Flooded roadway in Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Automobiles; Erosion; Motor vehicles; Public access; Roads; Tourism; Vehicles; Visitor services; Water management; Weather impacts; Wildlife refuges;
    • Heavy rains in late December 2010 left many of the roads in nearly impassable condition due to washouts and debris in the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Visitors were advised to avoid the damaged roads. If deciding to travel through the...
    • From our Partners

    • From our Partners
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    • 2 Dear Friends and Neighbors, Private landowners, large and small, play a vital role conserving habitat for fish, wildlife, and plants. In fact, more than two- thirds of the nation’s threatened and endangered species use habitat found on...

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