Mammals; Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS); Personnel; Monitoring; Radio telemetry
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists Mike Jimenez (left) and Ed Bangs (right) take blood samples from a tranquilized wolf after fitting it with a radio collar during collaring operations in Yellowstone National Park May 2003. Higher resolution...
History; Work of the Service; Personnel; Employees (USFWS); Partnerships; Tagging; Monitoring; Radio telemetry;
Black and white image of two men leaning over a tranquilized brown bear with radio telemetry devise during tagging and monitoring of bear population in Alaska. NOTE: Alaska Research Library and Information Service (ARLIS)
Endangered species; Birds; Birds of prey; Captive breeding; Reintroduction; Raptors;
1976, (41 FR 187). Long recognized as a vanishing species (Cooper 1890, Koford 1953, Wilbur 1978), the California condor remains one ofthe world’s rarest and most imperiled vertebrate species. Despite intensive conservation...
Yellowstone National Park wolf project leader Dr. Doug Smith checks the new radio collar on a tranquilized wolf during collaring operations in Yellowstone on 1-09-03. Higher resolution of this image not available.