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    • Run Off on San Diego National Wildlife Refuge

    • Erosion; Water conservation; Water management; Wildlife refuges; signs;
    • An image depicting the severity of the run off on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge. Run off can cause erosion, damaging conserved habitats.
    • Bird by Run Off Pool

    • Erosion; Water conservation; Water management; Wildlife refuges; Birds;
    • Severe run off on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge created pools large enough to draw the attention of birds.
    • SC3 student volunteers removing exotic plants from Town Run

    • Work of the Service; Youth; Teens; Connecting people with nature; Education outreach; Volunteers;
    • A team of Student Climate & Conservation Congress (SC3) students are removing exotic plants from Town Run at Morgan's Grove Park in Shepherdstown, WV.
    • Manatee swims close to the surface

    • Mammals; Marine mammals; Oil spills;
    • Manatees swim close to the surface and frequently come up for air. They also come to Florida in the summer months. Manatees will probably run into the oil spill in the Gulf, and there could be very serious results.
    • Flooding in the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

    • Erosion; Public access; Roads; Tourism; Visitor services; Water management; Weather impacts; Wildlife refuges;
    • Heavy rains in late December of 2010 caused flooding throughout the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Here excess flood water flows out of a run off pipe flooding a low lying area in the refuge.
    • Flooding in the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

    • Erosion; Public access; Roads; Tourism; Visitor services; Water management; Weather impacts; Wildlife refuges;
    • Heavy rains in late December of 2010 caused flooding throughout the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Here water flows out of a run off pipe flooding a low lying area in the refuge.
    • Measuring surface runoff

    • Erosion; Water conservation; Water management; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS); uniforms; service patch;
    • A USFWS employee measures the depth of runoff on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Measuring surface runoff

    • Erosion; Water conservation; Water management; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS); uniforms; service patch;
    • A USFWS employee measures the depth of runoff by the side of a road on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Looking for ID tags

    • Fish hatcheries; Fisheries management; Fishes; Tagging; Employees (USFWS); Work of the Service;
    • Checking for identification tags on a steelhead salmon before genetics testing is run.
    • Arkansas: Bald Knob granary aerial

    • Floods; Natural disasters; Wildlife refuges; Buildings, facilities and structures;
    • Taken May 3, this aerial photograph shows the granary at Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge in White County, Arkansas. The refuge owns the facility, which is run by a co-op farmer.
    • Holgate Beach, New Jersey, interpretative station

    • Environmental education; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Work of the Service; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Youth;
    • Holgate Beach, New Jersey, interpretative station run by an Edwin B. Forsythe NWR intern
    • Parachute beardtongue plant

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • Penstemon debilis was discovered in 1986, and was first described by O’Kane and Anderson in 1987 (pp. 412–416). P. debilis is a mat-forming perennial herb with thick, succulent, bluish leaves, each about 0.8 in. (2 cm) long and 0.4 in. (1 cm)...
    • Parachute beardtongue flowers

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • Penstemon debilis was discovered in 1986, and was first described by O’Kane and Anderson in 1987 (pp. 412–416). P. debilis is a mat-forming perennial herb with thick, succulent, bluish leaves, each about 0.8 in. (2 cm) long and 0.4 in. (1 cm)...
    • Parachute beardtongue habitat

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • Penstemon debilis was discovered in 1986, and was first described by O’Kane and Anderson in 1987 (pp. 412–416). P. debilis is a mat-forming perennial herb with thick, succulent, bluish leaves, each about 0.8 in. (2 cm) long and 0.4 in. (1 cm)...
    • Parachute beardtongue plant

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • Penstemon debilis was discovered in 1986, and was first described by O’Kane and Anderson in 1987 (pp. 412–416). P. debilis is a mat-forming perennial herb with thick, succulent, bluish leaves, each about 0.8 in. (2 cm) long and 0.4 in. (1 cm)...
    • Parachute beardtongue plant

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • Penstemon debilis was discovered in 1986, and was first described by O’Kane and Anderson in 1987 (pp. 412–416). P. debilis is a mat-forming perennial herb with thick, succulent, bluish leaves, each about 0.8 in. (2 cm) long and 0.4 in. (1 cm)...

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