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    • National Wildlife Refuge maintenance

    • Biological control; Employees (USFWS); Habitat conservation; Invasive species; Maintenance; Plants; Wildlife refuges;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employee pulling out Brazilian pepper plants to try to control the exotic invasive.
    • National Wildlife Refuge maintenance

    • Biological control; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Equipment; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Maintenance; Plants; Refuges; Wildlife refuges;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employee chain sawing to control exotic invasive melaleuca.
    • National Wildlife Refuge maintenance

    • Biological control; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Equipment; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Maintenance; Plants; Wildlife refuges;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employee chain sawing to control exotic invasive melaleuca. Vertical.
    • Maintenance facility

    • Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Maintenance; Equipment; Green infrastructure;
    • This picture shows a maintenance facility at the refuge. A portion of the river and its unique habitat are protected within the Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Bon Secour Maintenance worker Jerry Dunn

    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS);
    • July 1, 2010 Gulf Shores, AL - Most marsh areas are protected by boom. Since the spill began, Bon Secour Maintenance worker Jerry Dunn routinely checks the shoreline/boom three times a week. Photo by Bonnie Strawser.
    • Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge Maintenance worker Jerry Dunn

    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS);
    • July 1, 2010 Gulf Shores, AL - Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge Maintenance worker Jerry Dunn routinely checks the shoreline three times a week. Here, he explains the difficulty of cleaning oil from a marsh. Photo by Bonnie Strawser.
    • Boat maintenance

    • Employees (USFWS); Marine environments; Logo; Service patch; Wildlife refuges; Boats; Work of the Service; Maintenance;
    • FWS employees are busy maintaining a refuge boat.
    • Tractor at refuge maintenance facility

    • Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Maintenance; Equipment; Green infrastructure;
    • Situated in central-western Arizona along the Lower Colorado River, the Bill Williams River extends a short 40 miles before emptying into the Colorado River at Lake Havasu.
    • National Wildlife Refuge field maintenance

    • Aquatic plants; Biological control; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Equipment; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Maintenance; Wildlife refuges;
    • Tractor is disking cattails in wetland area in National Wildlife Refuge to maintain habitat.
    • National Wildlife Refuge maintenance

    • Employees (USFWS); Equipment; Maintenance; Motor vehicles; Vehicles; Wildlife refuges;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service person driving heavy equipment on the Refuge. Vertical
    • Volunteer trail worker

    • Volunteers; Maintenance; Vehicles; Uniforms; Service patch;
    • Volunteer operates backhoe while conducting trail maintenance at William L. Finley NWR
    • Out with the old, in with the new.

    • Adults; Buildings, facilities and structures; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Management; Maintenance; Personnel; Resource management; Service patch; Uniforms; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Trees; Plants;
    • A Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge employee pulls out an old fence post, preparing the way for a new fence.
    • I'd rather be airboating!

    • Adults; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Management; Maintenance; Personnel; Resource management; Service patch; Uniforms; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Trees; Plants; Boating; Boats; Amphibious vehicles; Aquatic environments;...
    • Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge employee crusing the refuge in an airboat, just part of the job.
    • FWS employees inspect shoreline

    • Oil spills; Employees (USFWS);
    • July 1, 2010 Gulf Shores, AL - Most marsh areas are protected by boom. Since the spill began, Bon Secour Maintenance worker Jerry Dunn routinely checks the shoreline/boom three times a week. Photo by Bonnie Strawser.
    • Signage near fire

    • Fire management; Signs; Wildlife refuges;
    • Steven Hubner, NE Region Wildland Urban Interface Coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service conducts a prescibed burn for warm season grass maintenance at Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, Delaware.Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Youth Conservation Corps trail maintenance

    • Youth; Work of the Service; Connecting people with nature; Employees (USFWS); Service patch; Partnerships; Diversity;
    • The Department of the Interior is uniquely positioned to help millions of young Americans reconnect with our natural and cultural heritage, put thousands of young people to work in the great outdoors, and inspire the next generation of conservation...
    • Employee operates a Service airboat

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Winter sports; Training; Trainers; Snow; Boating; Boats; Service patch;
    • Clyde Male (retired 2014 from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) Deputy Refuge Manager, McGregor District, Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge, pilots airboat with Phillip Colsch, Maintenance Mechanic in the McGregor District.

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