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    • One last great bear growl

    • Adults; Children; Connecting people with nature; Education; Education outreach; Environmental education; Interpretation; Leisure activities; Public access; Recreation; Vegetation; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Youth;...
    • Students express themselves like a bear with a big growl for the camera.
    • Sacred Lands, Sacred Trout

    • Fishes; Employees (USFWS);
    • Biologists with the New Mexico Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office and the Santa Clara Pueblo ready themselves to gather Rio Grande cutthroat trout in northern New Mexico.
    • Wichita National Wildlife Refuge Manager 1948

    • Fire Management; History; Refuge; Employees (USFWS); black and white
    • 10-28-1948 Ernest J. Greenwalt, Manager of the Wichita Wildlife Refuge near Cache, Oklahoma, stands beside the refuge fire-jeep while using the portable radio to contact personnel at refuge headquarters. These radios proved themselves invaluable...
    • FWS Employee Spraying Melaluka Plant

    • Invasive species; Plants
    • SPRAYING MELALUKA PLANT. Foreign plants and animals that establish themselves in domestic ecosystems sometimes become highly invasive and aggressive - displacing or out competing beneficial native species. Here, a FWS biologist at Loxahatchee NWR...

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