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    • Yellow Rat Snake

    • Yellow Rat Snake
    • Reptiles; Employees (USFWS); Logo; Wildlife refuges;
    • A Fish and Wildlife Service employee holds a yellow rat snake, one of several species found on the refuge.
    • Yellow Rat Snake

    • Yellow Rat Snake
    • Reptiles; Employees (USFWS); Logo; Wildlife refuges;
    • A Fish and Wildlife Service employee holds a yellow rat snake, one of several species found on the refuge.
    • Wood stork wades in search of a meal.

    • Wood stork wades in search of a meal.
    • Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments; Banks; Birds; Coastal environments; Endangered species; Environments (Natural); Marine birds; Marine environments; Sanctuaries; Wildlife refuges;
    • This Wood stork is one of the rare sights in Florida at this refuge and it is on the Endangered Species List.
    • Wood stork spreads its wings.

    • Wood stork spreads its wings.
    • Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments; Banks; Birds; Coastal environments; Endangered species; Environments (Natural); Marine birds; Marine environments; Sanctuaries; Wildlife refuges;
    • This Wood stork is one of the rare sights in Florida at this refuge and it is on the Endangered Species List.
    • Wood stork pair forage for food

    • Wood stork pair forage for food
    • Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments; Banks; Birds; Coastal environments; Endangered species; Environments (Natural); Marine birds; Marine environments; Sanctuaries; Wildlife refuges;
    • This wood stork is one of the rare sights in Florida at this refuge and it is listed as endangered.
    • Wood stork hunts a meal

    • Wood stork hunts a meal
    • Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments; Banks; Birds; Coastal environments; Endangered species; Environments (Natural); Marine birds; Marine environments; Sanctuaries; Wildlife refuges;
    • This Wood stork is one of the rare sights in Florida at this refuge and it is on the Endangered Species List.
    • Wood stork forages for food

    • Wood stork forages for food
    • Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments; Banks; Birds; Coastal environments; Endangered species; Environments (Natural); Marine birds; Marine environments; Sanctuaries; Wildlife refuges;
    • This Wood stork is one of the rare sights in Florida at this refuge and it is on the Endangered Species List.
    • Wolf

    • Wolf
    • Mammals; Mammals;
    • The black wolf here is melanistic, meaning that it has black pigments in the fur rather than the regular gray/grey that one usually sees. The extreme opposite of this would be the white/albino where there is an absence of pigment throughout.;...
    • William Finley at Klamath Marsh bird watching

    • William Finley at Klamath Marsh bird watching
    • History; Birds; Lakes; Photography; Recreation; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing;
    • Herman Bohlman on the right setting up a bird watching tent in Klamath Marsh as William Finley gets more gear from the boat on the left. "It is neccessary to study them from a blind. The one I used was an old wagon umbrella with a green cloth skirt...
    • Wildlife viewing area at Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge

    • Wildlife viewing area at Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge
    • Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Wildlife viewing; Green infrastructure; Hiking; Leisure activities;
    • 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. A portion of the river and its unique habitat are protected within the Bill...
    • Wildflowers at Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge

    • Wildflowers at Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge
    • Wildlife Refuges; Wildflowers;
    • This is a close-up of a pink wildflower. Spanning the 117,464-acre refuge are several distinct groups of plants and animals that are dependent on each other, also known as biotic communities. Visitors will enjoy the semi-desert grasslands that...
    • Whooping Cranes at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge

    • Whooping Cranes at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge
    • Birds;whooping crane; Endangered species; Texas; NWR; Migratory birds
    • Aransas NWR, Austwell, Texas: These palmettos and prickly pear cacti define just one of the many habitat types found on the 59,000-acre Aransas National Wildlife Refuge on the shore of San Antonio Bay. Best known for its large flock of wintering...
    • Whooping Cranes at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge

    • Whooping Cranes at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge
    • Aransas;Refuge Centennial; Birds; History;Endangered species; Texas
    • Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, north of Corpus Christi, Texas, is one of the National Wildlife Refuge System’s premier units, in large part because of the role it has played in the recovery of the endangered whooping crane, a 5-foot-tall white...
    • White-tipped Reef Sharks

    • White-tipped Reef Sharks
    • Underwater photography; Fishes; Marine environments; Islands;
    • Divers happened upon 15 white-tipped reef sharks sleeping next to the northwest seawall, where there are usually only one to three white-tips indicating that it may have been mating season for the sharks. The sharks were photographed in...
    • White-haired Goldenrod

    • White-haired Goldenrod
    • Flowering plants; Plants; Endangered species;
    • This yellow flower is threatened. The primary threat to the survival of white-haired goldenrod is the many visitors to rockshelters in the Red River Gorge area each year. In 1989, approximately 260,000 people visited the Red River Gorge Geological...

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