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    • Sampling a Creek on Adak

    • Fisheries management; Work of the Service; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery; Aleutians
    • Brad Benter and Jud Scott use a backpack electroshocker to sample a creek on Adak, an island in the Aleutian chain. Image taken in 1993.
    • Inspecting a Fish Scale at the Tuluksak River Weir

    • Fisheries management; Fishes; Work of the Service; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery; Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; YUDE
    • Abraham Lott and John Tobin inspect a scale sample at the Tuluksak River weir, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Julie Laker Collects a Water Sample from Beaver Creek

    • Fisheries management; Work of the Service; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery
    • Julie Laker collects a water sample from Beaver Creek, a tributary of the Kenai River, as part of a water quality monitoring project on the Kenai River.
    • Ken Harper at Whitefish Lake Weir

    • Fisheries management; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery
    • Whitefish Lake, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, This image was taken in 2001.
    • Tissue Samples Taken From Rainbow Trout

    • Fisheries management; Fishes; Work of the Service; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery
    • Tissue samples from this rainbow trout and others in the Mat-Su valley were collected and analyzed as part of the National Wild Fish Health Survey. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Pathology Lab, Anchorage
    • Fish Research

    • Fisheries management; Work of the Service; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery
    • Ken Gates identifies and measures juvenile fish while Dan Pascucci records the data. The fish were trapped in an unnamed creek near the city of Kenai, above and below a road culvert.
    • Releasing a Chinook Salmon at Kwethluk River Weir

    • Fisheries management; Fishes; King Salmon; Work of the Service; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery; Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; YUDE
    • Releasing a Chinook Salmon at Kwethluk River weir, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, after measuring it and taking a scale for age analysis. Image taken in 2000.
    • Chinook Salmon at the Tuluksak River Weir

    • Fisheries management; Fishes; King Salmon; Blackmouth; Chinook; Work of the Service; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; YUDE
    • Donnie Vincent with a Chinook Salmon at the Tuluksak River weir, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge. Image taken in 2003.
    • Tracking Fish in the Kenai Lake

    • Work of the Service; Fisheries management; Fishes; Transportaion; Boats; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery
    • Doug Palmer tracking the movements of radio-tagged Dolly Varden and rainbow trout in Kenai Lake from a skiff.
    • Kwethluk River, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge

    • Scenics; Landscapes; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; YUDE; Kenai FO Gallery; Alaska
    • Woody debris in scenic Kwethluk River provides fish habitat. Three-Step Mountain is in the background. Image taken in 1991.

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