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    • Okefenokee swamp habitat

    • Wetlands;Wildlife refuges
    • Bald cypress swamp with open areas for canoe and boat trails. For more information about Okefenokee visit http://www.fws.gov/refuges/profiles/index.cfm?id=41590 .
    • Bald Cypress swamp

    • Aquatic environments; Environments (Natural); Scenics; Terrestrial ecosystems; Trees; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • Bald cypress trees lining each side of canoe trails in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. For more information about this refuge visit http://www.fws.gov/okefenokee/ .
    • Sandhill Crane with Snow Geese

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Birds; Scenics;
    • Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge offers many opportunities to enjoy wildlife-dependent activities, including wildlife watching, hiking, hunting, fishing, wildlife photography and more. The refuge’s nature trails and the auto tour loop...
    • Flock of Snow Geese and various shorebirds

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Birds; Scenics;
    • Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge offers many opportunities to enjoy wildlife-dependent activities, including wildlife watching, hiking, hunting, fishing, wildlife photography and more. The refuge’s nature trails and the auto tour loop...
    • Hemlock boughs

    • Foliage; Forests; Vegetation; Forest conservation;
    • image of hemlock boughs taken at the Opal Creek Wilderness, Willamette National Forest. The Opal Creek Valley contains 50 waterfalls, five lakes, and 36 miles of hiking trails. It forms the largest intact stand of Old growth forest in the western...
    • Opal Creek

    • Foliage; Forests; Vegetation; Forest conservation; Rivers and streams;
    • image of Opal Creek taken at the Opal Creek Wilderness, Willamette National Forest. The Opal Creek Valley contains 50 waterfalls, five lakes, and 36 miles of hiking trails. It forms the largest intact stand of Old growth forest in the western...
    • Opal Creek

    • Foliage; Forests; Vegetation; Rivers and streams; Riparian environments; Forest conservation;
    • Medium shot of Opal Creek taken at the Opal Creek Wilderness, Willamette National Forest. The Opal Creek Valley contains 50 waterfalls, five lakes, and 36 miles of hiking trails. It forms the largest intact stand of Old growth forest in the western...
    • Refuge trail

    • Wildlife refuges; Hiking; Recreation;
    • Opportunities to hike National Wildlife Refuge trails abound.
    • Refuge trail

    • Wildlife refuges; Hiking; Recreation;
    • Opportunities to hike National Wildlife Refuge trails abound.
    • Refuge trail

    • Wildlife refuges; Hiking; Recreation; Employees (USFWS);
    • Opportunities to hike National Wildlife Refuge trails abound.
    • Refuge trail

    • Wildlife refuges; Hiking; Recreation;
    • Opportunities to hike National Wildlife Refuge trails abound.
    • Refuge trail

    • Wildlife refuges; Hiking; Recreation;
    • Opportunities to hike National Wildlife Refuge trails abound.
    • Refuge trail

    • Wildlife refuges; Hiking; Recreation;
    • Opportunities to hike National Wildlife Refuge trails abound.
    • Refuge trail

    • Wildlife refuges; Hiking; Recreation;
    • Opportunities to hike National Wildlife Refuge trails abound.
    • Don Edwards San Franciso Bay National Wildlife Refuge, California

    • Recreation; Biking;Wildlife refuges
    • San Francisco Bay NWR, Newark, California: Hikers and bikers can get close-up looks at a variety of birds and other wildlife from the 30+ miles of trails at San Francisco Bay Refuge. This refuge has more land below water than above it and is...
    • Blanket of snow on a refuge trai

    • Wildlife refuges; Hiking; Biking; Leisure activities; Public access;
    • The refuge maintains several miles of trails for either hiking or biking. Major recreational activities include wildlife/wildland observation, photography, education, and sheer enjoyment of the outdoors. About half are paved while the rest are open...
    • Sanak south fox camp, trails

    • Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; AMNWR; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; biology; work of the refuge; Aleutians; Aleutian Islands;
    • This camp is not on U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service lands, but the service is assisting in the removal of foxes to rehabilitate the natural diversity of the island.

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