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    • New Carissa - ATV in forefront

    • Oil spills;
    • The grounded freighter New Carissa is broken in half as smoke and fire continues to burn. Navy demolition experts set the fire to burn the fuel which caused the ship to break into two off the Oregon coast (near Coos Bay).
    • New Carissa - media at scene

    • Oil spills;
    • The grounded freighter New Carissa is broken in half as smoke and fire continues to burn. Navy demolition experts set the fire to burn the fuel which caused the ship to break into two off the Oregon coast (near Coos Bay).
    • New Carissa - burning ship 2

    • Oil spills;
    • The grounded freighter New Carissa is broken in half as smoke and fire continues to burn. Navy demolition experts set the fire to burn the fuel which caused the ship to break into two off the Oregon coast (near Coos Bay).
    • New Carissa - aft of ship

    • Oil spills;
    • The grounded freighter New Carissa is broken in half as smoke and fire continues to burn. Navy demolition experts set the fire to burn the fuel which caused the ship to break into two off the Oregon coast (near Coos Bay).
    • New Carissa - burning ship 1

    • Oil spills;
    • The grounded freighter New Carissa is broken in half as smoke and fire continues to burn. Navy demolition experts set the fire to burn the fuel which caused the ship to break into two off the Oregon coast (near Coos Bay).
    • New England cottontail

    • Candidate; Mammals;
    • New England cottontail considered for protection under Endangered Species Act in Kittery, Maine.
    • Sacred Lands, Sacred Trout

    • Fishes; Employees (USFWS);
    • Biologists with the New Mexico Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office and the Santa Clara Pueblo ready themselves to gather Rio Grande cutthroat trout in northern New Mexico.
    • New meandering creek

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • A segment of the new meandering channel of Fahys Creek constructed through the Smith Tract. Large woody debris and gravel was placed all along the new stream channel to diversify habitat and stream substrate. Piles of gravel were placed along the...
    • Holgate Beach, New Jersey, interpretative station

    • Environmental education; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Work of the Service; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Youth;
    • Holgate Beach, New Jersey, interpretative station run by an Edwin B. Forsythe NWR intern
    • Mancos milk-vetch plant with fruit

    • Endangered species; Plants;
    • The Mancos milkvetch (Astraualus humillimus Gray ex. Brandegee) was listed as an endangered species on June 27, 1985 (USFWS 1985a) by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The species is known from northwestern New Mexico and southwestern Colorado...
    • New visitor sign of Sam D. Hamilton National Wildlife Refuge

    • Signs; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS); Ceremonies; Events; Directors (USFWS);
    • Tom Mileus, Midwest Regional Director, Cindy Dohner, Southeast Regional Director, Dan Ashe, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at the new sign for Sam D. Hamilton National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Green Praying mantis

    • Wildlife refuges; Insects;
    • The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge protects more than 47,000 acres of southern New Jersey coastal habitats which is actively managed for migratory birds. The refuge’s location in one of the Atlantic Flyway’s most active flight paths...
    • Fiddler crab holes in the marsh

    • Wildlife refuges; Wetlands; Crustaceans; Aquatic animals;
    • The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge protects more than 47,000 acres of southern New Jersey coastal habitats which is actively managed for migratory birds. The refuge’s location in one of the Atlantic Flyway’s most active flight paths...
    • Impoundment at the refuge

    • Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Wetlands; Water management;
    • The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge protects more than 47,000 acres of southern New Jersey coastal habitats which is actively managed for migratory birds. The refuge’s location in one of the Atlantic Flyway’s most active flight paths...
    • Channel by the Wildlife Drive

    • Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Wetlands; Water management;
    • The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge protects more than 47,000 acres of southern New Jersey coastal habitats which is actively managed for migratory birds. The refuge’s location in one of the Atlantic Flyway’s most active flight paths...
    • Channels surrounding the Wildlife Drive

    • Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Wetlands; Water management;
    • The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge protects more than 47,000 acres of southern New Jersey coastal habitats which is actively managed for migratory birds. The refuge’s location in one of the Atlantic Flyway’s most active flight paths...

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