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    • King Island Eskimos carving ivory near Nome

    • Native Americans; Crafts;
    • "The Pribilof Report 1949" King Island Eskimo men plying their ivory carving craft beneath their skin umiaks on the beach near Nome where they have a summer camp. Only the simplest of hand tools are used for carving the walrus ivory tusks.
    • King Island Eskimos Carving Ivory Near Nome

    • Native Americans; Crafts; Ivory Carving; ARLIS; Alaska
    • "The Pribilof Report 1949" King Island Eskomos plying their ivory carving craft beneath their skin umiaks on the beach near Nome where they have a summer camp. Only the simplest of hand tools are used for carving the walrus ivory tusks.
    • Summer tanagers

    • Birds; Songbirds;
    • A pair of summer tanagers perch closely next to each other.
    • Ruddy Turnstone

    • Wildlife refuges; Shorebirds; Birds; Coastal environments;
    • A stocky shorebird with orange legs. Upperparts mainly rusty red in summer, brown in winter; underparts white. Face and breast have conspicuous black markings, duller but still visible in winter. Bold pattern of black and white visible in flight.
    • Ruddy Turnstone

    • Wildlife refuges; Shorebirds; Birds; Coastal environments;
    • A stocky shorebird with orange legs. Upperparts mainly rusty red in summer, brown in winter; underparts white. Face and breast have conspicuous black markings, duller but still visible in winter. Bold pattern of black and white visible in flight.
    • Summer tanager

    • Birds; Songbirds;
    • A summer tanager is found perching on a tree branch.
    • This is going to take a long time

    • Children; Connecting people with nature; Fishing; Leisure activities; Education outreach;
    • A young girl from summer camp attempting to catch a catfish out of the catfish tank
    • Innoko River

    • Aerial photography; Scenics; Rivers and streams;
    • Aerial view of the Innoko River in summer.
    • Black-Tailed Deer (Doe)

    • Endangered and/or Threatened species;
    • Black-tailed deer are smaller than either mule deer or white-tailed deer.Old-growth forests are important for coastal blacktails, as the habitat provides shelter and forage, and also stops buildups of deep, heavy snow. In the southern parts of...
    • I want to touch it

    • Children; Connecting people with nature; Education outreach; Employees (USFWS); Fishing; Landscape photography; Leisure activities; Work of the Service;
    • Catfishthat was caught by a young girl from summer camp is being passed around for the other children to see and touch

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