Aquatic environments; Automobiles; Connecting people with nature; Education; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Icons; Interpretation; Law enforcement; Management; Motor vehicles; Personnel; Public access; Recreation; Service patch; Tourism; Uniforms;...
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee shows visitors various locations on the refuge.
Fish hatcheries; Fisheries management; Fishes; Employees (USFWS); Service patch;
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees move (known as 'crowding' juvenile Tule Fall Chinook salmon to the end of a raceway, or "pond," where the fish will enter an opened raceway gate, swim down a Hatchery channel, and then out the...
Prescribed burning; Fire management; Employees (USFWS); Wildlife refuges
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service fire specialist Josh Anderson uses a drip torch to ignite a prescibed burn at Balcones National Wildlife Refuge in Texas as Lucien Ball holds the fireline with an ATV and sprayer.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel have used prescribed fire for decades to control hazardous fuels on its lands. Such fires, set under strict conditions, reduce fire risks to nearby communities while benefitting wildlife habitat.