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    • Wood Bison Calf

    • Mammals; Endangered species;
    • During the early 1800s, wood bison numbers were estimated at 168,000, but by the late 1800s, the subspecies was nearly eliminated. Excessive hunting was the primary factor leading to population decline. Another factor that is thought to have played...
    • Wood Bison

    • Mammals; Endangered species;
    • Wood bison are the largest native land mammals in the Western Hemisphere, 10 to 15% heavier than plains bison. Bulls are slightly larger than cows and average around 1,800 pounds, but can get up to 2,000 pounds. Both males and females have short...
    • 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,...
    • Wood thrushes

    • Birds; Perching birds;
    • A pair of wood thrushes are pictured perching on the same branch.
    • Wood thrush

    • Birds; Perching birds;
    • A wood thrush looks up while it perches on a branch.
    • Wood stork

    • Birds; Endangered species; Wildlife refuges;
    • Lone wood stork wades in water
    • Wood Stork

    • Birds; Endangered species
    • Endangered wood storks are among the many species of wading birds that can be found on Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Wood ducks

    • Waterfowl; Wildlife refuges;
    • A fine example of a wood duck perched on a log at William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge
    • Wood duck

    • Waterfowl; Wildlife refuges;
    • A pair of male wood ducks grace the waters on William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge
    • Wood duck

    • Birds; Waterfowl; Marine birds;
    • A wood duck is seen on the water.
    • Wood Sandpiper

    • Birds; Shorebirds; Coastal environments;
    • A rare shorebird, superficially resembles the Lesser Yellowlegs, but about the size of a Solitary Sandpiper. Has yellow-green legs; AMNWR; birding; habitat; biology; Aleutian Islands; Aleutians; WOSA

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