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    • Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge

    • Aerial photography; Oregon; NWR; Coastal environments; Wildlife refuges
    • Bandon Marsh NWR, Bandon, Oregon: Bandon National Wildlife Refuge consists of 289 acres of salt marsh on the southern coast of Oregon. Wildlife in this undisturbed area includes beavers, otters, harbor seals, and black-tailed deer. Waterfowl are...
    • Explore the world with shorebirds

    • Birds; Shorebirds;
    • A multidisciplinary education guide for grades 2-12 (with sections on "How to Adapt" for Preschool - 1st grade, home schools, youth groups, and nature centers)
    • Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge Restoration Site in 2009

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Aerial photography;
    • Aerial view of the Ni-les'tun Unit of Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. Phase I construction of the 418-acre tidal marsh restoration project can be seen. Full restoration of the site will occur in Sept 2011.
    • Aerial View of Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Aerial photography;
    • Aerial View of Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge taken on August 24, 2010, showing a portion of the Bandon Marsh Unit at the bottom and the Ni-les’tun Unit above U.S. Highway 101.
    • Aerial View of New Channels

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Aerial photography;
    • A close-up aerial view of lower Fahys Creek showing the new creek channel and newly constructed tidal channels.
    • Aerial View of Ni-les'tun Unit

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Aerial photography;
    • An aerial view of the Ni-les’tun Unit of Bandon Marsh NWR showing the ongoing restoration construction.
    • Bucket of Newts to be Relocated

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Amphibians; Relocation;
    • More than 1,500 rough-skinned newts were rescued and relocated from the construction site in a single day last week. Newts are the most abundant amphibian species being found in ditches that are being filled.
    • Pacific giant salamander

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Amphibians; Species of concern;
    • A neotenic Pacific Giant Salamander. Fish and salamanders are being captured and relocated from the old Fahys Creek channel prior to diverting the creek flow into the newly constructed channel.
    • Electroshocking in a Small De-watering Pool

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Biologists (USFWS); Fishes; Fisheries management; Relocation;
    • Biologists with the USFWS and Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians electro shocking a small de-watering pool on the old ditch channel to save any remaining fish and amphibians.
    • Surface Elevation Monitoring

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Biologists (USFWS); Monitoring;
    • USFWS biologist Bill Bridgeland taking measurements on a Surface Elevation Table (SET) installed last year in cooperation with USGS. SETs will allow us to detect changes in the elevation of the marsh surface in response to the marsh restoration as...
    • Ditch Filling

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Biologists (USFWS); Partnerships;
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists monitoring ditch filling. Ditches are filled slowly to pushing any fish downstream out of the construction area. Fish are also captured and relocated when...
    • Fish Friendly Culvert

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Fishes; Fisheries management;
    • Federal Highways Administration subcontractor Tidewater Contractors fills the bottom of the newly installed Fahys Creek culvert with river gravels for fish habitat.
    • Logs in Redd Creek channel

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Fishes; Fisheries management;
    • Large logs placed in Redd Creek channel will provide fish habitat for coastal cutthroat trout, coho and Chinook salmon.
    • Removing Fish with Hoop Trap

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Fishes; Fisheries management; Relocation;
    • Hoop nets are one of the techniques for removing and relocating fish and amphibians from agricultural ditches that are being filled.
    • Filling the Pond

    • Structures; Riparian environments; Rivers and streams; Habitat restoration; Wetland restoration; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Invasive species;
    • The former Cranberry water diversion pond being filled. This site was formerly a breeding area for invasive bullfrogs.

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