Subsistence; Recreation; Sockeye Salmon; Red Salmon; Salmon; Chitna; Woods Canyon; Copper River
Aleut subsistence fisherman Paulo Wolcoff with a king (chinook) and sockeye (red) salmon. Both fish were netted at the same time. He is shown here fishing at the King Hole in the "canyon" of the Copper river about 7 miles downriver from Chitna,...
Ohio River NWR; West Virginia; timber; Forests preservation; Resource management
Northeastern refuges include wetland, upland, and coastal habitats that are managed to benefit wildlife species. For example, the Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge in West Virginia harbors virgin sycamores and silver maple woods, home...
Seney NWR, Seney, Michigan: The dense carpets of ferns in deep woods stand as silent testimony to the restorative powers of the earth. The area that is now Seney Refuge was once nearly stripped of its pine forests, then the land was burned so...
Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges; Structures; Rural environments;
This is a picture of a cabin by the water in a wooded area of Alaska. Alaska is a land of awe-inspiring beauty and fish and wildlife spectacles, and the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is a microcosm of all this wonderful state has to offer.
History; Wildlife refuges; Water management; Employees (USFWS);
Tom Woods, Manager of the refuge, examining water outlet, which supplies fresh water for the refuge. Due to the generosity of Ding Darling, former chief of the former Bureau of Biological Survey, this water oulet was installed.
Turk's cap lily is the tallest of the native American lilies, typically growing 4 to 6 feet tall and is native to eastern North America in wet meadows and moist woods from New Hampshire south to Georgia and Alabama.