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    • 2009 Christmas Bird Count

    • Wildlife refuges; Birds; Birdwatching; Monitoring; Connecting people with nature; Recreation
    • Birders participate in the 2009 Christmas Bird Count at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
    • Aquatic Insect

    • Fish hatcheries; Fisheries management; Fishes; Biologists (USFWS); Employees (USFWS); Work of the Service; Tagging; Threatened species; Monitoring;
    • Biologists find other aquatic creatures while tagging steelhead in Eagle Creek. Biologists use this tracking information to see if the hatchery fish that are spawning here are affecting the survival and productivity of the wild fish.
    • Archaeologist Inspects Newly Constructed Tidal Channel

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • Archaeologist Theresa Molino inspecting a newly constructed tidal channel for evidence of cultural resources. Byram Archaeological Consulting and the Coquille Indian Tribe are conducting extensive cultural resources monitoring of all construction...
    • Biologist tracking Louisiana black bear

    • Research; Endangered species; Tracks and tracking; Biologists (USFWS); Service patch; Work of the Service; Personnel; Monitoring
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee uses monitoring device to track black bear.
    • 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...
    • Black-footed ferret

    • Captive breeding; Endangered species; Equipment; Human impacts; Mammals; Monitoring; Reintroduction; Wildlife management; Wildlife restoration;Wildlife refuges
    • Black-footed ferret at borrow entrance investigating scientific equipment laying on ground. The black-footed ferret is one of the most endangered mammals in North America. For more information about the status of black-footed ferrets visit...
    • Bogoslof Island

    • Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS); Birds; Marine birds; Wildlife refuges;; Personnel;
    • Bogoslof Island is an intermittent seabird monitoring site for the refuge.puffins
    • California condors

    • Raptors; Endangered species; Birds; Birds of prey; Radio telemetry; Monitoring
    • Two condors at release with radio telemetry devise.
    • California condors

    • Raptors; Endangered species; Birds; Birds of prey; Captive breeding; Monitoring
    • Condor release during Spring 2000.
    • Cessna floatplane on the Keoklevik River

    • Transportation; Aircraft; Migratory birds;
    • Cessna floatplane (amphibs) parked at the Old Chevak field site on the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; aircraft used by the Division of Migratory Bird Management for waterfowl monitoring and research.
    • Channel Excavation

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • Knife River construction worker (green vest) monitoring the depth of the tidal channel being constructed while an archaeologist (orange vest) monitors for cultural resources. Work is suspended or moves to another area when cultural resources are...
    • Collecting core samples at Roxanna Marsh

    • Wetland restoration; Monitoring; Sampling; Uniforms; Service patch; Work of the Service
    • Three men use equipment to take core samples at Roxanna Marsh, Grand Calamut River in Hammond, Indiana as part of a wetland restoration effort and damage assessment process.
    • Ditch Filling

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Biologists (USFWS); Partnerships;
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists monitoring ditch filling. Ditches are filled slowly to pushing any fish downstream out of the construction area. Fish are also captured and relocated when...
    • Eagle Creek

    • Fish hatcheries; Fisheries management; Fishes; Biologists (USFWS); Employees (USFWS); Work of the Service; Tagging; Threatened species; Monitoring; Rivers and streams;
    • Biologists tag steelhead in Eagle Creek. Biologists use this tracking information to see if the hatchery fish that are spawning here are affecting the survival and productivity of the wild fish.
    • Electroshocking for Steelhead in Eagle Creek

    • Fish hatcheries; Fisheries management; Fishes; Biologists (USFWS); Employees (USFWS); Work of the Service; Tagging; Threatened species; Monitoring;
    • Electroshocking is a non-lethal process that creates involuntary muscular responses in fish and causes them to float towards the surface of the water.
    • Elk Being Collared with GPS a Tracking Device

    • Partnerships; Monitoring; Tagging; Mammals;
    • The Fish and Wildlife Service partners with Tribes in the Pacific Region to assist with species monitoring and habitat conservation. Here, they tag an elk with a GPS collar to track migration patterns. The USFWS has a long history of working with...
    • Elk with Monitoring Collar

    • Partnerships; Monitoring; Tagging; Mammals;
    • This beautiful Elk will be monitored by a special frequency transmitted by the VHF collar around its neck. Data helps us understand migration patterns, mortality rates and habitat use. The USFWS has a long history of working with Native American...

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