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    • Ashland Forensics Lab

    • Adults; Buildings, facilities and structures; Employees (USFWS); Law enforcement; Research; Forensics;
    • Katie Lancaster at wood spectrometer testing wood samples
    • Ashland Forensics Lab

    • Adults; Buildings, facilities and structures; Employees (USFWS); Law enforcement; Research; Forensics;
    • Katie Lancaster at wood spectrometer testing wood samples
    • Ashland Forensics Lab

    • Adults; Buildings, facilities and structures; Employees (USFWS); Law enforcement; Research; Forensics;
    • Katie Lancaster at wood spectrometer testing wood samples.
    • Ashland Forensics Lab

    • Adults; Buildings, facilities and structures; Employees (USFWS); Law enforcement; Research; Forensics;
    • Katie Lancaster at wood burning machine and monitor.
    • Ashland Forensics Lab

    • Adults; Buildings, facilities and structures; Employees (USFWS); Law enforcement; Research; Forensics;
    • Katie Lancaster at wood burning machine and monitor.
    • Birds 11

    • Art; Illustrations; Wading birds;
    • National wildlife artist Bob Hines (1912 - 1994) bird illustrations including least tern; black tern; fairy tern; arctic tern; sooty tern; tlossy ibis; wood ibis; black skimmer; man-o-war; frigate bird; king rail; sora rail; gallinule; purple...
    • Black Bears

    • Mammals; Fires; Forest fires;
    • A black bear and cub travel along the edge of the Lateral West Fire at Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, Suffolk, VA.
    • Black-billed magpie

    • Birds;
    • Black-bellied magpie standing on wood post AT Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Blue jay

    • Birds; Perching birds; Songbirds;
    • Desoto National Wildlife Refuge in Iowa; Bluejay perched on end of wood
    • Brown Noddy perched on a piece of wood

    • Adults; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; Research; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Bird banding; Endangered species;
    • Brown Noddy perched on a piece of wood. Brown noddies are medium sized, dark, brown birds. Adults have ashy-white forehead and crown sharply demarcated from black lores, merging evenly into gray nape. They have a long, narrow, wedged-shaped tail...
    • Cactus wren

    • Birds; Deserts; Songbirds
    • Cactus wren perched on a piece of wood
    • Cecropia moth

    • Insects;
    • Moth with brown, tan, white, and red wings, sittingon rotting wood, viewed from above with wings spread. Date of original in the 1980's
    • Civilian Conservation Corps, White River National Wildlife Refuge

    • Logging; Lumber industry; History; Wildlife refuges;
    • Logging at White River National Wildlife Refuge by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Very large tree trunk being transported on a large 8-wheeled cart; driver sits at the head of the vehicle in the center. More felled logs are on the left. Wood...
    • Common Rabbitbrush

    • Plants; Wildlife refuges;
    • Fall blooming yellow shrub. Favorite food of white-tailed and black-tailed jackrabbits. The name means golden shrub. Native Americans chewed the bark and wood for a chewing gum and used a teas wash for skin sores.
    • Common Rabbitbrush

    • Plants; Wildlife refuges;
    • Fall blooming yellow shrub. Favorite food of white-tailed and black-tailed jackrabbits. The name means golden shrub. Native Americans chewed the bark and wood for a chewing gum and used a teas wash for skin sores.
    • Fuel break separates Jamacha fire from community

    • Fire management; Urban environments; Wildlife refuges;
    • The fuel break maintained by the US Fish & Wildlife Service is easily seen between the burned area and the community. One home with wood shingle roofing was damaged by air-borne fire embers. The home was saved by the firefighters but the other 928...
    • FWS Workers with Wood Stork Chick

    • Endangered species; Birds; Harris Neck NWR; Georgia; Wildlife management
    • Two FWS biologists tagging a wood stork. Wood storks are widespread in Central and South America, but declined to alarmingly low numbers in the United States. At the turn of the century, there were over 150,000 wood storks living in Florida,...

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