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    • Service biologist Sue Cameron keeps her eyes open for bog turtles.

    • Service biologist Sue Cameron keeps her eyes open for bog turtles.
    • Similarity of Appearance (Threatened); Surveying; Reptiles; Partnerships; Work of the Service;
    • The bog turtle is the smallest turtle in North America. The species is protected under the Endangered Species Act and faces great threats from both poaching and habitat degradation as the wetlands where they live have disappeared dramatically over...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Wet pine savanna
    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Wet pine savanna
    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Wet pine savanna
    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Wet pine savanna
    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Wet pine savanna
    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Snapping Turtle

    • Snapping Turtle
    • Reptiles; Wildlife refuges;
    • Snapping turtle with open mouth at Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge, RI.
    • Arctic Tern

    • Arctic Tern
    • Birds; Wildlife refuges;
    • Arctic tern with beak open on Petit Manan Island, Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Me.
    • Emerson Parcel Tidal Marsh in California

    • Emerson Parcel Tidal Marsh in California
    • Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Coastal zone management; Estuarine environments; Habitat restoration;
    • The California Coastal Conservancy was awarded $1 million to help restore 438 acres of leveed grazing lands to a mosaic of open water, tidal channels, intertidal marsh, riparian woodland, and uplands. This project is part a larger effort being...
    • Blue Heron Trail at Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

    • Blue Heron Trail at Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge
    • Tourism; Wildlife refuges; Visitor services;
    • This trail was built with funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in 2010. Currently, public access is limited to scheduled guided tours. The Refuge is working on providing regular public access at the headquarters unit Blue Heron...
    • Blue Heron Trail at Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

    • Blue Heron Trail at Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge
    • Tourism; Wildlife refuges; Visitor services;
    • This trail was built with funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in 2010. Currently, public access is limited to scheduled guided tours. The Refuge is working on providing regular public access at the headquarters unit Blue Heron...
    • Wood Bison Calf

    • Wood Bison Calf
    • Mammals; Endangered species;
    • During the early 1800s, wood bison numbers were estimated at 168,000, but by the late 1800s, the subspecies was nearly eliminated. Excessive hunting was the primary factor leading to population decline. Another factor that is thought to have played...

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