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    • Wind Turbine

    • Energy;
    • 3MW turbines recently installed at Tehachapi Pass. The wind farm has been operating since the 1980's. These new turbines are 410 feet tall from the ground to the tip of the blade.
    • Mountain Chickadee

    • Birds; Perching birds; Wildlife refuges;
    • A Mountain Chickadee perches on the tip of a rock in the Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge located in California.
    • East Amatuli Island, Barrens

    • AMNWR; Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; Gulf of Alaska Unit; Biology; Islands; Research; Coastal environments; Scenics; Birds; Black-legged Kittiwakes
    • Counting and measuring Black-legged Kittiwake chicks on the cliffs of E. Amatuli Island in the Barrens off the tip of the Kenai Peninsula is part of the many tasks completed every summer by biologists and technicians from Alaska Maritime National...
    • Black-tailed Jackrabbit

    • Mammals;
    • Jackrabbit sits alert waiting to flee from harm. The Black-tailed Jackrabbit is 18 to 25 inches long and is colored buff peppered with black above, and white below. The tail has a black stripe above. The ears are long and brown with black tips.The...
    • Black-tailed Jackrabbit

    • Mammals;
    • Jackrabbit sits alert waiting to flee from harm. The Black-tailed Jackrabbit is 18 to 25 inches long and is colored buff peppered with black above, and white below. The tail has a black stripe above. The ears are long and brown with black tips.The...
    • Black-tailed Jackrabbit

    • Mammals;
    • Jackrabbit sits alert waiting to flee from harm. The Black-tailed Jackrabbit is 18 to 25 inches long and is colored buff peppered with black above, and white below. The tail has a black stripe above. The ears are long and brown with black tips.The...
    • Coastal shoreline at Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge

    • Wildlife Refuges; Coastal environments; Climate change; Environments (Natural); Wildlife impacts;
    • On the most southern tip of Texas, along the shores of the Laguna Madre, dense patches of thorny brush rise among unique wind-blown clay dunes called “lomas.”
    • Debeque phacelia

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • Phacelia submutica is a low-growing, herbaceous, spring annual plant with a tap root. The stems are typically 0.8 to 3 in (2 to 8 cm) long, often branched at the base and mostly lying flat on the ground as a low rosette (Howell 1944, pp....
    • Debeque phacelia

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • Phacelia submutica is a low-growing, herbaceous, spring annual plant with a tap root. The stems are typically 0.8 to 3 in (2 to 8 cm) long, often branched at the base and mostly lying flat on the ground as a low rosette (Howell 1944, pp....
    • Debeque phacelia habitat

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • Phacelia submutica is a low-growing, herbaceous, spring annual plant with a tap root. The stems are typically 0.8 to 3 in (2 to 8 cm) long, often branched at the base and mostly lying flat on the ground as a low rosette (Howell 1944, pp....
    • Debeque phacelia plants

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • Phacelia submutica is a low-growing, herbaceous, spring annual plant with a tap root. The stems are typically 0.8 to 3 in (2 to 8 cm) long, often branched at the base and mostly lying flat on the ground as a low rosette (Howell 1944, pp....
    • Colorado hookless Cactus

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • The Colorado hookless cactus is a barrel shaped cactus that ranges from 1.2 to 4.8 inches (in.) (3 to 12 centimeters (cm)) tall, with exceptional plants up to 12 in. (30 cm) tall. Stems range from 1.6 to 3.6 in. (4 to 9 cm) in diameter. The stems...
    • Colorado hookless Cactus

    • Plants; Threatened species;
    • The Colorado hookless cactus is a barrel shaped cactus that ranges from 1.2 to 4.8 inches (in.) (3 to 12 centimeters (cm)) tall, with exceptional plants up to 12 in. (30 cm) tall. Stems range from 1.6 to 3.6 in. (4 to 9 cm) in diameter. The stems...
    • Black-Tailed Deer (Doe)

    • Endangered species;
    • White-tailed deer are generally distinguished from mule or black-tailed deer by their longer tail that is brown rather than black on the dorsal surface, a smaller metatarsal gland, and, in adult males, antlers with prongs arising from a single main...
    • Columbian White-Tailed Deer

    • Endangered species;
    • White-tailed deer are generally distinguished from mule or black-tailed deer by their longer tail that is brown rather than black on the dorsal surface, a smaller metatarsal gland, and, in adult males, antlers with prongs arising from a single main...
    • Columbian White-Tailed Deer - Buck

    • Endangered species;
    • White-tailed deer are generally distinguished from mule or black-tailed deer by their longer tail that is brown rather than black on the dorsal surface, a smaller metatarsal gland, and, in adult males, antlers with prongs arising from a single main...
    • Columbian White-Tailed Buck

    • Endangered species;
    • White-tailed deer are generally distinguished from mule or black-tailed deer by their longer tail that is brown rather than black on the dorsal surface, a smaller metatarsal gland, and, in adult males, antlers with prongs arising from a single main...

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