Conservation in Action Series:
NCTC Historian Mark Madison will host an interview with award-winning author William Souder. On a Farther Shore: The Life and Legacy of Rachel Carson is Souder's newly released biography. October 3, 2012.
Installment of "Conservation in Action" Series, 2006. Kent Walker and his wife, Tracy Brooks, discuss their work with captive wolves in their program called "Mission Wolf". Hosted by Dr. Mark Madison, Historian at NCTC.
videography; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; ecosystem recovery; restoration; wetlands; wetland restoration; rivers and streams; wildlife refuges; aquatic environments; wildlife conservation;
Big Muddy National Fish and Wildlife Refuge - Located on the Missouri River, established in 1994, stetching from St. Louis to Kansas City.
The Missouri River is one of the nation's most important river systems. Historically, the "Big Muddy" as...
Before it's Too Late: Restoring the Atlantic Coast's Piping Plover. A 16 minute documentary. A presentation of the USFWS in cooperation with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
This documentary presents the major reasons for decline of the...
Videography; BROADCAST; videography; pollinators; Community lecture;
NCTC Conservationists in Action Series: NCTC Historian, Dr. Mark Madison hosts an interview with Filmmaker Taggart Siegel. Recorded May 10, 2011. For more information on the film, please visit: http://www.queenofthesun.com
videography; employment; best practices; disabilities; supervision; broadcast; Diversity;
This video is part of the Supervisory Update #7. As the Nation's largest employer, Federal Government agencies are required to be model employers for all individuals with disabilities and targeted disabilities. February 3, 2011.
A 16 minute video depicting the history of the US Fish and Wildlife Service from its beginings just after the Civil War through 2000.
The history of wildlife conservation is stunningly brought to life through films and photos in this 16 minute...
Videography; BROADCAST; insects; Community lecture;
Dr. Leskey, a stink bug research entomologist from the USDA Agricultural Research Service's Appalachian Fruit Research Station in nearby Kearneysville, West Virginia, focuses her talks chiefly on the impacts to agriculture.
This training video is designed for technicians and biologists who are sampling wetlands to determine the percentage of abnormal-appearing frogs, primarily at USFWS National Wildlife Refuges.
The purpose of this video is to show the proper survey...