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    • Conservation lands as compatible use buffers

    • Endangered species; Partnerships; Recovered; Work of the Service; Policies; Military
    • When the United States established military installations many years ago, they often were built away from population centers. As the Nation’s population has grown during the past few decades, residential areas and strip malls now abut many...
    • Donald Hankla oral history interview

    • History; Biography; Waterfowl; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Biologists (USFWS); Employees (USFWS); Birds;
    • Oral history interview with Donald Hankla. George Gentry as interviewer.
    • Ecology of the Apalachicola Bay system; an estuarine profile

    • Rivers and streams; Wetlands; Biologists (USFWS); Aquatic environments; Estuarine environments;
    • This paper represents a synthesis of knowledge concerning the Apalachicola drainage system, which is located in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. The Apalachicola Bay complex is only one part of a major drainage area that includes the Apalachicola...
    • Edward Crateau oral history transcript

    • History; Biologists (USFWS); Fish hatcheries; Fisheries management; Fishes; Aircraft; Employees (USFWS);
    • Edward Crateau oral history interview as conducted by Jerry Grover. Along with working at the FWS sites listed, Ed worked at the Berlin National Fish Hatchery and did training at Spearfish. He also worked in Florida on the Apalachicola River, was...
    • Florida panther recovery plan. Technical/agency draft.

    • Endangered species; Wildlife management; Wildlife restoration; Reintroduction;
    • First recovery plan approved 12/7/1981. First revision approved June 1987. Second revision approved: 3/13/1995. The Florida panther is the last subspecies of Puma still surviving in the eastern United States. Historically occurring throughout the...
    • Habitat suitability index models: juvenile Atlantic croaker (Revised)

    • Rivers and streams; Wetlands; Biologists (USFWS); Aquatic environments; Estuarine environments; Fishes;
    • The habitat use information and habitat suitability index (HSI) model in this report on juvenile Atlantic croaker is intended for use in impact assessment and habitat management. The model was developed from a review and synthesis of existing...
    • Henry Loomis oral history transcript

    • History; Biography; Personnel; Wildlife refuges;
    • Henry Loomis oral history interview with George Gentry. Many of Mr. Loomis' family are also included. The interview was conducted with Mr. Loomis, his family, and several non-family members as they toured the St. Vincent's Island National...
    • John Fort oral history transcript

    • Biography; Employees (USFWS); History; Fire management; Fires; Ecosystem recovery; Prescribed burning; Silviculture; Research;
    • John Fort oral history interview as conducted by Jennifer Hinckley. John spent time with the Forest Service and BLM before working for the Fish and Wildlife Service. In addition to working in the various locations listed, he was also the first...
    • Review of the Gulf of Mexico red snapper fishery

    • Biologists (USFWS); Fisheries management; Fishes; Water; Work of the Service; Saltwater fishes;
    • This existing literature contains only few and incomplete descriptions of the red snapper fishery. Comprehensive descriptions have been made at various times by Stearns (1885); Jarvis (1935); and Camber (1955). There is, however, no up-to-date...
    • Sea Turtle nest excavation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Employees (USFWS);
    • Apalachicola, FL July 19, 2010. St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge personnel remove the 5th of about 50 sea turtle nests at St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge. Sand from the nest insulates about 130 eggs in a Styrofoam box.
    • Sea Turtle nest excavation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Uniforms; Service patch;
    • Apalachicola, FL July 19, 2010. St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge personnel excavate a sea turtle nest for transport to the Kennedy Space Center for hatching. www.fws.gov/home/dhoilspill/ Credit: Shawn Nagle/NPS 
    • Sea Turtle nest excavation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Uniforms; Service patch;
    • Apalachicola, FL July 19, 2010. Dave Moody (front) and Ron Langdon transport sea turtle eggs from St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge for transport to the Kennedy Space Center. www.fws.gov/home/dhoilspill/ Credit: Shawn Nagle/NPS 
    • Sea Turtle nest excavation

    • Oil spills; Relocation; Reptiles; Uniforms; Service patch;
    • Apalachicola, FL July 19, 2010. Dave Moody of St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge carefully removes sea turtle eggs to increase chances of survival. www.fws.gov/home/dhoilspill/ Credit: Shawn Nagle/NPS 

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