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National Wildlife Refuge System
Threatened & Endangered Species
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Fish and Wildlife Service employee showing tree
Arboreal environments; Conifers; Employees (USFWS); Endangered species; Habitat conservation; Plants; Softwoods; Trees; Wildlife refuges;
Fish and Wildlife Service employee showing very long needles of longleaf pine sapling. This pine species is in declining numbers.
Fish and Wildlife Service employee showing invasive plant
Biological control; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Maintenance; Plants; Refuges; Wildlife refuges;
Fish and Wildlife Service employee standing at edge of wetland area being taken over by invasive species water hyacinth and holding two plant specimens to show leaves and root systems. Vertical.
Fish and Wildlife Service employee eradicating Invasive
Biological control; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Equipment; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Maintenance; Plants; Refuges; Wildlife refuges;
Fish and Wildlife Service employee with axe, chopping at melaleuca tree trunk in refuge invasive species eradication program.
Bob Weeden and Ginny Wood oral history transcript
History; Biography; Environments (Natural);
Bob Weeden and Ginny Wood oral history interview. Note: The interviewers are not identified at any time on the tape. There are at least two interviewers (possibly three) – one (or two) male and one female. Their comments are not identified...
Gas line easement on National Wildlife Refuge
Buildings, facilities and structures; Environmental quality; Equipment; Human impacts; Industries; Partnerships; Petroleum industry; Pollution control; Public policies; Refuges; Wildlife refuges;
Green open space edged by trees, along easement in National Wildlife Refuge for gas production, showing how the Fish and Wildlife Service works successfully in partnerships. Vertical.
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