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    • Salmon Drying on Racks at Kaltag

    • Yupik; subsistence; fishing; Fishes drying
    • Salmon drying on racks in the village of Kaltag. Kaltag is located on the Yukon River near the Innoko National Wildlife Refuge. This village is a checkpoint for the Iditarod Trail Race.
    • Salmon Drying on Racks at Kaltag

    • Yupik; subsistence; fishing; Fishes drying
    • Salmon drying on racks at the village of Kaltag. Kaltag is located on the Yukon River near the Innoko National Wildlife Refuge. This village is a checkpoint for the Iditarod Trail Race.
    • Salmon Drying on Racks at Kaltag

    • Yupik; subsistence; fishing; Fishes drying
    • Salmon drying on racks at the village of Kaltag. Kaltag is located on the Yukon River near the Innoko National Wildlife Refuge. This village is a checkpoint for the Iditarod Trail Race.
    • Family with cactus

    • Youth; Connecting people with nature; Plants; Wildlife refuges; Desert plants; Deserts;
    • A family pauses to take in the scenery at the cactus observation area of the refuge.
    • Salamander identification

    • Work of the Service; Youth; Wildlife refuges; Uniforms; Service patch; Service patch; Interpretation; Connecting people with nature; Environmental education; Diversity;
    • Environmental educator's and youth identify a species of salamander using a field guide at the refuge.
    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers on patrol

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • Federal Wildlife Officers begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured: Samantha Fleming and Gabriel Harper.
    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • Federal Wildlife Officers begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured: Pam Jenkins and Gabriel Harper.
    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • Federal Wildlife Officers begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured: Gabriel Harper and Pam Jenkins.
    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Boats; Boating; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • A group of Federal Wildlife Officers who begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured left to right: Samantha Fleming; Pam Jenkins; and Gabriel Harper.
    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Boats; Boating; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • A group of Federal Wildlife Officers who begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured left to right: Samantha Fleming; Pam Jenkins; and Gabriel Harper.
    • Video interview

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Uniforms; Service patch; Service patch; Interpretation; Connecting people with nature; Environmental education; Videography;
    • Videographer interviews two environmental educators at the refuge.
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife employee gazing at the sky

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Service patch; Scientific personnel (USFWS);
    • In a remote corner of northwestern Alaska lies Selawik Refuge, a special place of extreme climate, free-flowing rivers, and abundant wildlife. Here where the boreal forest of Interior Alaska meets the arctic tundra, thousands of waterfowl,...
    • Planting Seaside Goldenrod at Monomoy NWR

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Service patch; Employees (USFWS); Plant species introduction; Shorebirds
    • Staff planting Seaside Goldenrod on Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge. This is for Roseate Tern habitat improvement
    • Staff holding Seaside Goldenrod at Monomoy NWR

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Service patch; Employees (USFWS); Plant species introduction; Shorebirds
    • Staff member holding Seaside Goldenrod which will be planted at the refuge. These plants are to assist with the nesting and staging of the Roseate Tern
    • Planting Seaside Goldenrod  at Monomoy NWR

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Service patch; Employees (USFWS); Plant species introduction; Adults;
    • Staff planting Seaside Goldenrod on Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge. These plants are used to assist with Roseate Tern habitat improvement
    • Staff with seaside goldenrod at Monomoy NWR

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Service patch; Adults; Plant species introduction; Employees (USFWS); Shorebirds
    • Staff planting Seaside Goldenrod on Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge. This is for Roseate Tern habitat improvement
    • FWS Employee Moving Buffalo

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Service patch;
    • MOVING BUFFALO AT FORT NIOBRARA REFUGE. Grazing is an effective management tool that can benefit a variety of species when it is properly applied. It may also be used in wetland habitats to open choked vegetation and restore plant vigor. Even at...
    • Wildflowers at Monomoy NWR

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Birds; Shorebirds; Habitat conservation; Flowering plants; Plant species introduction;
    • Wildflowers spread throughout the refuge. Seaside Goldenrod has been planted amongst the wildflowers for the Roseate Tern habitat improvement

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