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    • Wood bison

    • Mammals; Endangered and/or Threatened species;
    • Wood bison are the largest native land mammals in the Western Hemisphere, 10 to 15% heavier than plains bison. Bulls are slightly larger than cows and average around 1,800 pounds, but can get up to 2,000 pounds. Both males and females have short...
    • White-tailed deer

    • Mammals;
    • White-tailed doe standing alertly in low brush and looking at the photographer.
    • FWS workers with Wood stork chick

    • Endangered and/or Threatened species; Birds; Wildlife management
    • Two FWS biologists tagging a wood stork. Wood storks are widespread in Central and South America, but declined to alarmingly low numbers in the United States. WV-7621-Working for Wildlife
    • Oil resisting booms on shore

    • Oil spills; Oil spills;
    • Three kinds of oil resisting boom: containment, pom-pom, and absorbent, at low tide on Breton National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Icy low hanging branch

    • Wildlife refuges; Ice; Rivers and streams; Floods; Trees;
    • This picture shows the freeze-thaw process on a low hanging tree branch.
    • Grizzly Bear in Yellowstone National Park

    • Endangered and/or Threatened species; Mammals;
    • This image is available for public domain use in this low resolution file, but for higher resolution files please contact Terry Tollefsbol at terrygrizzly47@gmail.com
    • Grizzly Bear in Field at Yellowstone National Park

    • Endangered and/or Threatened species; Mammals;
    • This image is available for public domain use in this low resolution file, but for higher resolution files please contact Terry Tollefsbol at terrygrizzly47@gmail.com
    • Roseate Spoonbill resting in low tree

    • Wildlife refuges; Wading birds; Waterfowl; Birds; Shorebirds;
    • The Roseate Spoonbill is one of 6 species of spoonbills worldwide, the only one found in the New World, and the only spoonbill that has brilliantly colored plumage; the others are chiefly white.
    • Surfer

    • Wildlife refuges; Recreation;
    • Surfer crouches low in the barrel of a wave at Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Debeque phacelia

    • Plants; Endangered and/or Threatened species;
    • Phacelia submutica is a low-growing, herbaceous, spring annual plant with a tap root. The stems are typically 0.8 to 3 in (2 to 8 cm) long, often branched at the base and mostly lying flat on the ground as a low rosette (Howell 1944, pp....
    • Debeque phacelia

    • Plants; Endangered and/or Threatened species;
    • Phacelia submutica is a low-growing, herbaceous, spring annual plant with a tap root. The stems are typically 0.8 to 3 in (2 to 8 cm) long, often branched at the base and mostly lying flat on the ground as a low rosette (Howell 1944, pp....
    • Debeque phacelia habitat

    • Plants; Endangered and/or Threatened species;
    • Phacelia submutica is a low-growing, herbaceous, spring annual plant with a tap root. The stems are typically 0.8 to 3 in (2 to 8 cm) long, often branched at the base and mostly lying flat on the ground as a low rosette (Howell 1944, pp....
    • Debeque phacelia plants

    • Plants; Endangered and/or Threatened species;
    • Phacelia submutica is a low-growing, herbaceous, spring annual plant with a tap root. The stems are typically 0.8 to 3 in (2 to 8 cm) long, often branched at the base and mostly lying flat on the ground as a low rosette (Howell 1944, pp....
    • Limestone cliffs on Big Muddy

    • Cliffs; Rivers and streams; Wildlife refuges; Scenics
    • Low limestone cliffs at edge of the Missouri River--note caves in cliffs.
    • Yukon River in low light

    • Scenics; Rivers and streams;
    • Low light illuminates the braided Yukon River in the Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge (YFNWR).
    • Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge, Louisiana

    • Wetlands; Birds; sunrise; sunset;Waterfowl;Wildlife refuges
    • Lacassine NWR, Lake Arthur, Louisiana: The dominant feature of Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge in southwestern Louisiana is Lacassine Pool, a 16,000-acre marsh enclosed by a low levee. Lacassine refuge supports one of the largest...
    • Flooding in the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

    • Erosion; Public access; Roads; Tourism; Visitor services; Water management; Weather impacts; Wildlife refuges;
    • Heavy rains in late December of 2010 caused flooding throughout the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Here water flows out of a run off pipe flooding a low lying area in the refuge.
    • Flooding in the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

    • Erosion; Public access; Roads; Tourism; Visitor services; Water management; Weather impacts; Wildlife refuges;
    • Heavy rains in late December of 2010 caused flooding throughout the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Here excess flood water flows out of a run off pipe flooding a low lying area in the refuge.

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