U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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Conserving the Nature of America
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connecting people with nature
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Aquatic environments; Banks; Children; Connecting people with nature; Environments (Natural); Leisure activities; Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites; Tourism; Wildlife refuges;
A woman and boy play in the sand by the river.
I think I've got it!
Adults; Aquatic environments; Coastal environments; Connecting people with nature; Environments (Natural); Leisure activities; Marine environments; Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites; Tourism; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges; Children;
Two boys play in the water with long sticks.
Youth; Environmental education;
A group of children play the life cycle game at the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge located in Virginia.
Youth Conservation Corps volunteers spreading mulch
Work of the Service; Youth; Volunteers; Leisure activities; Plants; Partnerships;
This shows a group of Youth Conservation Corps teenagers mulching a play area of the Outdoor Nature Explore Classroom.
Leavenworth NFH; Washington; Fishes
Within the Service, fishery biologists play a key role in restoring such nationally important species as Atlantic and Pacific salmon, American shad, Striped bass, and in the Great Lakes, Lake trout.
From our Partners
2 Dear Friends and Neighbors, Private landowners, large and small, play a vital role conserving habitat for fish, wildlife, and plants. In fact, more than two- thirds of the nation’s threatened and endangered species use habitat found on...
Two Whooping cranes play in pen.
Birds; Birdwatching; Buildings, facilities and structures; Endangered species; Environments (Natural); Migratory birds; Resource management; Sanctuaries; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife restoration; Work of the Service;
A pair of playful Whooping cranes having fun on a sunny afternoon.
Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge sign.
Buildings, facilities and structures; Emblems; Logo; Places (Human-made); Plants; Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites; Service patch; Signs; Tourism; Vegetation; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges;
Planted among cacti and palms, the refuge sign beckons visitors, come play, enjoy, live a little.
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