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    • Zebra mussel on native mussel

    • Aquatic environments;
    • The zebra mussel was inadvertently introduced to the United States and is now spreading rapidly, impacting native fish species, as well as clogging power plant intakes. Boaters, anglers, and waterfowl hunters can help prevent further spread of...
    • Service employee showing Native American crafts

    • Wildlife refuges; Crafts; Native Americans; Adults; Art;
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee showing Native American crafts. The Alaska Highway is the northern boundary of the 682,604 acre Tetlin Refuge for 65 miles northwest of Alaska-Yukon border. From scenic overlooks you can view wetlands...
    • Woman Making Moccassins

    • Indigenous populations; Native Americans;
    • Native Alaskan woman making moccassins on St. Lawerence Island.; Native Crafts; Skin Sewing; Alaska Slide Show
    • A One-on-One Relationship with Private Landowners

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    • 20 A One- on- One Relationship with Private Landowners Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program What is the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program? Through voluntary agreements the Partners program provides expert technical assistance and cost- share...
    • Nicker Bean plant, a native invasive species.

    • Biological control; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Islands; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS);...
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee inspects Nicker Bean plant, a native invasive species on J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Nicker Bean plant, a native invasive species.

    • Biological control; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Islands; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS);...
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee inspects Nicker Bean plant, a native invasive species on J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Native wire grass

    • Wildlife refuges; Habitat restoration; Grasses;
    • An integral part of the habitat restoration process, native wire grass was planted in a newly thinned pine forest.
    • Native wire grass

    • Wildlife refuges; Habitat restoration; Grasses;
    • An integral part of the habitat restoration process, native wire grass was planted in a newly thinned pine forest.
    • Native wire grass

    • Wildlife refuges; Habitat restoration; Grasses; Employees (USFWS);
    • An integral part of the habitat restoration process, native wire grass was planted in a newly thinned pine forest.
    • North Prairie Camas and Buttercup

    • Wildflowers; Prairies; Vegetation;
    • The name camas prairie refers to several distinct geographical areas in the western United States which were named for the native perennial camassia or camas, including regions in the states of Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Camas bulbs...
    • Purple Loosestrife

    • Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Wildlife refuges; Waterfowl; Invasive species;
    • Native to Eurasia, purple loosestrife is a tall invasive plant with magenta-colored flowers that adapts to wetland areas. Once established, the plant begins to compete with native plants reducing natural habitats for waterfowl and other species...
    • Invasive Phragmites

    • Invasive species; Plants; Wildlife refuges;
    • Non-native Phragmites, also known as common reed, is a perennial,aggressive wetland grass that outcompetes native plants and displaces native animals.
    • Native Alaskan Children at Kaltag 1954

    • Jim King Collection; Yukon River; Native Americans; Transportation; Aircraft; Aircraft; Alaska
    • Children in front of small plane on skiis. The village of Kaltag is located on the Yukon River.
    • Native American woman working on crafts

    • Crafts; Art; Native Americans; Wildlife refuges;
    • The Alaska Highway is the northern boundary of the 682,604 acre Tetlin Refuge for 65 miles northwest of Alaska-Yukon border. From scenic overlooks you can view wetlands important to breeding waterfowl, and boreal forests and alpine habitats...

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