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    • California condors

    • Raptors; Endangered species; Birds; Birds of prey; Radio telemetry; Monitoring
    • Two condors at release with radio telemetry devise.
    • Atlantic Salmon Release

    • education; Fishes; children; connecting people with nature;
    • Children from Florence Rideout Elementary School in Wilton, New Hampshire take part in the Adopt a Salmon program and release Atlantic Salmon fry that were raised in their classroom. May, 2002
    • Goldfish

    • Fishes; Art
    • Scans of artwork commissioned by the Fish and Wildlife Service in the 1970's. Original art is kept at DC Booth Fish Hatchery in Spearfish, SD.
    • Olaus Murie with his Dog

    • refuge centennial; History
    • Olaus Murie (1889 - 1963) led a life worthy of a dozen adventure novels, and his conservation legacy is still carried on by his wife, Mardy. The son of Norwegian immigrants, Murie joined after college the Carnegie Museum’s expeditions to Hudson...
    • White bass

    • Fishes; Art
    • Scans of artwork commissioned by the Fish and Wildlife Service in the 1970's. Original art is kept at DC Booth Fish Hatchery in Spearfish, SD.
    • Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge

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    • Sweetwater Marsh NWR, Imperial Beach, California: This bit of salt-marsh habitat, just 315 acres, is all that's left of the huge salt marshes surrounding San Diego Bay. The refuge was developed as a result of a court-ordered settlement over a...
    • FWS EmployeeTalks with Visitors at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge

    • Chincoteague NWR; Virginia; FWS Employees (USFWS)
    • VISITORS TO CHINCOTEAGUE. Recreational activities vary with each refuge and with the seasons. Visitors, like these to Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, one of the most heavily visited refuges in the system, check with the refuge manager to...
    • Orange spotted sunfish

    • Fishes; Art
    • Scans of artwork commissioned by the Fish and Wildlife Service in the 1970's. Original art is kept at DC Booth Fish Hatchery in Spearfish, SD.
    • FWS Workers with Wood Stork Chick

    • Endangered species; Birds; Harris Neck NWR; Georgia; Wildlife management
    • Two FWS biologists tagging a wood stork. Wood storks are widespread in Central and South America, but declined to alarmingly low numbers in the United States. At the turn of the century, there were over 150,000 wood storks living in Florida,...
    • FWS Employee With Conch Shell

    • Key Deer National Wildlife Refuge; Florida;
    • KEY DEER REFUGE FWS EMPLOYEE WITH CONCH SHELLS. Service employees work to protect the National Wildlife Refuge System, a unique and diverse network of over 91 million acres of lands and waters in the United States. This System spans the continent...
    • Market Hunting of Waterfowl

    • refuge centennial; Waterfowl;History
    • Market hunting – mass hunting of game birds for the dinner table and restaurant trade – pushed several species of waterfowl to the brink of extinction during the late 1800's and early 1900's, and led to a general decline in America’s bird...
    • Groove-billed ani

    • Birds;Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge;Migratory birds Birds;New Mexico
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    • California condor

    • Endangered species; Raptors; Birds; Birds of prey; Captive breeding
    • First flight at Condor release. Spring, 2000

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