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    • 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

    • 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

    • 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

    • 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

    • 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...
    • Vehicle Tracks West of Toolik River

    • North Slope; Industries; Oil Production; TAPS; Trans-Alaska Pipeline; Arctic Plain; ARLIS; Alaska
    • This aerial view shows the detrimental effect of driving vehicles over the tundra during thaw season.
    • Two men observe Lindera melissifolia flowers

    • Endangered species; Flowering plants; Research
    • Botanist Wilson Baker and Tom Patrick observe Lindera melissifolia flowers Pondberry, Lindera melissifolia botany. Lindera melissifolia; research; botanist; pondberry; Endangered species; Georgia Natural Heritage Program; Georgia; Coastal...
    • Striped newt, Georgia

    • striped newt; rare species; pond; Wetlands; Lindera melissifolia habitat on fringes of pond; Georgia; Coastal environments Plain Physiographic province; isolated Wetlands; amphibian
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    • Striped newt, Georgia

    • striped newt; rare species; pond; Wetlands; Lindera melissifolia habitat on fringes of pond; Georgia; Coastal environments Plain Physiographic province; isolated Wetlands; amphibian
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    • Schwalbea americana--Chaffseed

    • Schwalbea americana; Endangered species; fire-dependent species; long-leaf pine community; chaffseed; seed; Georgia; Coastal environments Plain Physiographic Province
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    • Pondberry, Lindera melissifolia habitat

    • Lindera melissifolia; wet pine savannah; isolated Wetlands; scrub-shrub Wetlands; pondberry; Endangered species; Plants; Wetlands obligate; Georgia; Coastal environments Plain Physiographic Province
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    • Pondberry (Lindera mellissifolia)

    • pondberry; wet pine savannah; Wetlands; Plants; Endangered species; Lindera melissifolia; Georgia; Coastal environments Plain Physiographic province
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    • Pondberry (Lindera melissifolia) twig

    • Lindera melissifolia; pondberry; Endangered species Plants; Wetlands obligate; isolated Wetlands; wet pine savanna; Georgia; Coastal environments Plain Physiographic province
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    • Plain Chachalaca perched on a branch

    • Wildlife Refuges; Game birds; Migratory birds; Landscape photography;
    • A large chicken-like bird of Mexico and Central America, the Plain Chachalaca reaches the United States only in southern Texas.
    • Muskoxen meander across the Arctic Refuge coastal plain

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Mammals;
    • Muskoxen facing towards the camera. The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, a vast and beautiful wilderness, is an intact continuum of six different ecological zones spanning some 200 miles north to south. Such a diverse spectrum of habitats and...
    • Muskox at the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Mammals;
    • The entire Arctic National Wildlife Refuge coastal plain supports muskoxen. In summer, they concentrate along major rivers including the Canning, Tamayariak, Sadlerochit, Jago, Aichilik, and Kongakut. Muskoxen are an important part of the Refuge...

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