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    • Walrus

    • Marine mammals; Pinnipeds; Odobenid
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    • WhoopingCranesFollowUltralite

    • Ultralite; Whooping Cranes; Necedah NWR; Chassahowitzka NWR; Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership; Operation Migration Inc.
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    • Pitcher Plants

    • Vegetation; Plants; Wildflowers; Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge; Donna Dewhurst Collection
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    • Snowy Orchid

    • Vegetation; Wildflowers; Plants; Orchids; Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge; Donna Dewhurst Collection
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    • Sandhill Crane

    • Birds; Marsh Birds; Cranes; Sandhill Crane; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; YUDE; Alaska
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    • Whooping Cranes

    • Aransas NWR; Birds; Birds; crane; whooping crane; whooper; refuge; national wildlife refuge; Texas; Wildlife refuges; flying
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    • Sandhill Crane

    • cranes; Birds; Birds; line art; Illustrations; illustrations
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    • Whooping Crane

    • Birds; Endangered species;
    • A close-up view of a Whooping Crane photographed at the International Crane Foundation located in Barbaboo, Wisconsin. The Whooping Crane is an endangered species of which an estimated population of 383 continue to exist in the wild. The Whooping...
    • Aransas Matagorda Island National Wildlife Refuge

    • videography; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; coastal environments; wildlife refuges; aquatic environments; estuarine environments
    • A Place for Nature. The Aransas and Matagorda Island Refuges were established to protect a variety of vanishing coastal Texas wildlife, including many types of birds, as well as mammals and reptiles. This video production contains music that has...
    • The Chase is on!

    • Birds; Aquatic birds; Endangered species; Plants; Vegetation; Wading birds; Wildlife refuges;
    • A whooping Crane chases a fawn from it's territory.
    • Whooping Crane

    • Birds; Endangered species;
    • A Whooping Crane photographed at the International Crane Foundation located in Barbaboo, Wisconsin. The Whooping Crane is an endangered species of which an estimated population of 383 continue to exist in the wild. The Whooping Crane occurs only in...
    • Prescribed burn

    • Fires; Prescribed burning; Wildlife refuges;
    • Aerial ignition interior high rates of spread in open savannas

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