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    • Fuel break separates Jamacha fire from community

    • Fire management; Urban environments; Wildlife refuges;
    • The fuel break maintained by the US Fish & Wildlife Service is easily seen between the burned area and the community. One home with wood shingle roofing was damaged by air-borne fire embers. The home was saved by the firefighters but the other 928...
    • USFWS Hoselay to Combat Jamacha Fire

    • Fires; Fire management; Wildlife impacts; Wildlife impacts; Wildlife refuges;
    • US Fish & Wildlife Service Engine 58 supports a hoselay to protect the neighborhood adjacent to Jamacha Fire.
    • Employees in Raceways

    • Fish hatcheries; Fisheries management; Fishes; Employees (USFWS);
    • Spring Creek National Fish Hatchery employees in the raceways
    • Close-up of Fall Tule Chinook

    • Fisheries management; Fishes; Fish hatcheries;
    • Close-up of a fall Tule Chinook salmon at the Spring Creak National Fish Hatchery
    • Incubation Trays

    • Fisheries management; Fishes; Fish hatcheries;
    • Incubation trays at the Spring Creek National Fish Hatchery.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers; Children; Youth;
    • A young child observes while sea turtle eggs are readied for relocation.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers; Connecting people with nature;
    • July 16, 2010 - Port St. Joe, FL: University of Florida students Natalie Williams and Brail Stephens (right).
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers; Connecting people with nature;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: University of Florida grad student Natalie Williams carefully marks an egg which notes its orientation in the nest.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers; Connecting people with nature;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: A group of University of Florida students help with this sea turtle egg excavation, along with USFWS biologists and a USGS biologist.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers; Connecting people with nature;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: University of Florida grad student Natalie Williams uncovers turtle eggs.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers; Employees (USFWS);
    • Port St. Joe, FL: Brail Stephens (University of Florida) gently places the cooler into the carrier as Natalie Williams (UF) and Lorna Patrick (USFWS) assist.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers; Employees (USFWS); Service patch; Connecting people with nature;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: USFWS biologist Lorna Patrick and University of Florida student Brail Stephens.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers; Employees (USFWS); Service patch;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: USFWS biologist Lorna Patrick advises graduate students who assist with sea turtle egg relocation.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers; Employees (USFWS); Service patch;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: USFWS biologist Lorna Patrick leans in to give some advice to graduate students Natalie and Brail.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers; Employees (USFWS); Service patch;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: USFWS biologist Lorna Patrick discusses the nuances of nest excavation as Don Imm watches.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: A thermometer is carefully installed atop the first layer of turtle eggs. This device is crucial to ensuring the sea turtle embryos stay healthy and the sex ratio of the turtles is not compromised.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: Dr. Ray Carthy works jointly for University of Florida and the US Geological Survey.
    • Sea Turtle egg relocation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Volunteers;
    • Port St. Joe, FL: Dr. Ray Carthy works jointly for University of Florida and the US Geological Survey.

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