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    • Birch tree

    • Birch tree
    • Plants; Trees;
    • Close view of birch tree with bark taken August 2006 in Kanuti National Wildlife Refuge (KNWR).
    • Canoeing on Kanuti Lake

    • Canoeing on Kanuti Lake
    • Recreation; Tourism; Wildlife viewing; Tundra; Rivers and streams; Scenics; Boats; Boating; Wildlife refuges
    • Solo canoenist paddling on calm waters of Kanuti Lake, Alaska.
    • Chagulak Island

    • Chagulak Island
    • Coastal environments; Scenics; Caves;
    • Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; Chagulak Island in the Aleutian Islands.
    • Chagulak Island

    • Chagulak Island
    • Coastal environments; Islands; Physical geography;
    • Panoramic view of Chagulak Island in the Alaska Maritime Wildlife Refuge from the water with fog on the island.
    • Dalton Highway river crossing

    • Dalton Highway river crossing
    • Human impacts; Aerial photography; Tundra; Forests; Terrestrial ecosystems; Rivers and streams; Roads;
    • Aerial photo of Dalton Highway passing through trees and brush area, crossing a river bridge and entering forest area.
    • Children catching tadpole with net

    • Children catching tadpole with net
    • Environmental education; Education outreach; Recreation; Ponds; Wildlife refuges;
    • Boy and girl at a pond catching tadpoles at the National Conservation Training Center (NCTC, West Virginia). Image was featured in posters used at the Children and Nature Conference, September 2006.
    • Red-cockaded woodpecker (Picoides borealis)

    • Red-cockaded woodpecker (Picoides borealis)
    • Endangered species; Employees (USFWS); Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Proposed Endangered; Proposed Threatened; Birds; Biologists (USFWS);
    • Prior to European settlement, it is estimated that the red-cockaded woodpecker (RCW) (Picoides borealis) population totaled approximately 1.0 to 1.5 million groups of birds. Its historic range extended from Texas north to Missouri and east through...
    • Greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus)

    • Greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus)
    • Birds; Endangered species; Threatened species; Relocation; Habitat restoration; Partnerships; Military
    • The greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) was first described by Lewis and Clark in 1805. Its original territory spanned over a dozen states throughout the western region of the United States. Currently, greater sagegrouse occur in...

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