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    • Stationed at the Nation’s major international airports, ocean ports, and border crossings, wildlife inspectors monitor an annual trade worth more than $ 1.4 billion. They stop illegal shipments, intercept smuggled wildlife and wildlife products,...
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    • What benefits do inspectors earn? Wildlife inspectors enjoy all the benefits of Federal employment, including a generous retirement plan with substantial investment opportunities. Inspectors earn 13 to 26 days of annual leave each year depending on...
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    • CO, KS, MT, NE, ND, SD, UT, WY AK Headquarters Assistant Regional Director for Law Enforcement, Region 6 U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service P. O. Box 25486- DFC Denver, Colorado 80225 Telephone: 303/ 236 7540 Assistant Regional Director for Law...
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    • U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service http:// www. fws. gov December 2005 The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service is responsible under the Endangered Species Act for conserving our nation’s imperiled species and their habitats, working in cooperation...
    • Michele & lulu roll up fence.

    • Michele & lulu roll up fence.
    • Adults; Children; Connecting people with nature; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Personnel; Service patch; Uniforms; Wildlife refuges; Youth; Work of the Service;
    • Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge employee, watches as a young lady roll up fencing.
    • Alaska Islands and ocean Visitor Center Environmental Education

    • Alaska Islands and ocean Visitor Center Environmental Education
    • Adults; Children; Islands; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Service patch
    • Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center is your window to the largest seabird Refuge in the world – with all of the natural wonders of Kachemak Bay on the Kenai Peninsula right outside its doors. From sea stars to sea lions, this spectacular...
    • SC3 volunteer weeding

    • SC3 volunteer weeding
    • Adults; Connecting people with nature; Youth; Education outreach; Volunteers;
    • Student Climate & Conservation Congress volunteer pulling weeds from around a tree located behind Shepherdstown Elementary School.
    • Amargosa Toad Habitat Restoration on Private Property: A Success Story

    • Amargosa Toad Habitat Restoration on Private Property: A Success Story
    • Agricultural ecosystems; Amphibians; Aquatic animals; Ecosystem recovery; Endangered species; Environments (Natural); Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Human impacts; Land development; Maps; Partnerships; Ponds; Proposed Endangered;...
    • The Amargosa toad was not listed as endangered in part because of private landowners' efforts to restore habitat and protect this endemic species.
    • Field Development

    • Field Development
    • Agriculture;History; Wildlife refuges;
    • Duncan Development - After treatment (See FWS 3152 for Before treatment photo) Land was cleaned, plowed & planted with grain.
    • King Eider male, oiled,

    • King Eider male, oiled,
    • ALASKA MARITIME NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE; AMNWR; Birds; birding; Marine birds; Pribilofs; Pribilof Islands; Bering Sea; habitat; Coastal environments; Marine birds; Aquatic environments; Shipwrecks; KIEI; oil spills
    • The M/V Citrus, a freighter, collided with another ship while loading cargo at sea off of St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs in 1996. The collision punctured some of the Citrus's fuel tanks resulting in bunker fuel oil leaking into the sea oiling...
    • King Eiders, oiled with freighter

    • King Eiders, oiled with freighter
    • ALASKA MARITIME NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE; AMNWR; Birds; birding; waaterfowl; Pribilofs; Pribilof Islands; Bering Sea; habitat; Coastal environments; Marine birds; Aquatic environments; Shipwrecks; oils spill
    • The M/V Citrus, a freighter, collided with another ship while loading cargo at sea off of St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs in 1996. The collision punctured some of the Citrus's fuel tanks resulting in bunker fuel oil leaking into the sea oiling...
    • King Eider female, oiled

    • King Eider female, oiled
    • ALASKA MARITIME NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE; AMNWR; Birds; birding; Waterfowl; Pribilofs; Pribilof Islands; Bering Sea; habitat; Coastal environments; Marine birds; Aquatic environments; Shipwrecks; oil spills; KIEI
    • The M/V Citrus, a freighter, collided with another ship while loading cargo at sea off of St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs in 1996. The collision punctured some of the Citrus's fuel tanks resulting in bunker fuel oil leaking into the sea oiling...
    • Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center, moose habitat

    • Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center, moose habitat
    • Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; AMNWR; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; Biology; work of the refuge;
    • Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center is your window to the largest seabird Refuge in the world – with all of the natural wonders of Kachemak Bay on the Kenai Peninsula right outside its doors. From sea stars to sea lions, this spectacular...
    • Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center

    • Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center
    • Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; AMNWR; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; Biology; work of the refuge
    • Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center is your window to the largest seabird Refuge in the world – with all of the natural wonders of Kachemak Bay on the Kenai Peninsula right outside its doors. From sea stars to sea lions, this spectacular...

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