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    • 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)
    • Clay Hardy oral history transcript (conducted by Norman Olson)

    • Biography; Biologists (USFWS); Employees (USFWS); History; Military; Management; Aviation; Work of the Service; Wildlife management; Collaboration; Conservation; Native Americans;
    • Clay Hardy oral history interview as conducted by Norman Olson. Clady Hardy also spent time at Brigantine National Wildlife Refuge, Amchika, and in Anchorage.
    • Fritz Knopf oral history transcript

    • Employees (USFWS); Biography; Riparian environments; Military; Habitat conservation; Birds; Biologists (USFWS); Prairies; History
    • Fritz Knopf oral history interview as conducted by John Cornely. Fritz worked at the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Denver Wildlife Research Center starting in 1980. Since then the Center has undergone several name changes and was part...
    • Patuxent Science Symposium, 75th Anniversary oral history transcript Part 4 of 4

    • Agriculture; Bird banding; Birds; Biologists (USFWS); Biography; Diseases; Employees (USFWS); Fishes; History; Migration; Migratory birds; Pesticides; Research; Science; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Surveying; Tagging; Waterfowl; Wildlife...
    • This is Part 4 of 4 transcripts from the Patuxent Science Symposium, 75th Anniversary of the Patuxent Science Center. It includes speakers who talk about their time at working at Patuxent and some of the work they did. This transcript includes the...
    • The prints of J.N. Darling

    • History; Employees (USFWS);Art;
    • This is the bibliographic record of the book entitled The Prints of J.N. Darling by Amy N. Worthen that is in the NCTC Conservation Library collection. J.N. "Ding" Darling is an extraordinary example of the artist at work in conservation education....
    • Sampling a Creek on Adak

    • Fisheries management; Work of the Service; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery; Aleutians
    • Brad Benter and Jud Scott use a backpack electroshocker to sample a creek on Adak, an island in the Aleutian chain. Image taken in 1993.
    • Laborador tea

    • Vegetation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Labrador Tea leaves are brewed as a medicinal tea by Native Eskimo. Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; YUDE Gallery
    • Tuluksak River

    • Scenics; Landscapes; Rivers and streams; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Willdlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery
    • The view spans across the tundra from the banks of the Tuluksak River, a tributary of the Kuskokwim River in western Alaska.
    • Walrus Viewing at Cape Peirce

    • Animals; Marine mammals; Recreation; Wildlife viewing; Wildlife refuges; Togiak National Wildlife Refuge; Togiak Gallery
    • Wildlife Viewing is becoming increasingly popular. Here, Dillingham Boy Scouts observe Pacific Walrus as part of an environmental education camp sponsored by Togiak NWR.
    • Spotted Saxifrage

    • Vegetation; Wildflowers; Wildlife refuges; Togiak National Wildlife Refuge; Togiak Gallery
    • Wildflowers are found on mountainsides, stream banks, tundra plains, and even gravel bars, as seen here. Over 500 species of vascular plants have been identified at Togiak Refuge.
    • Tissue Samples Taken From Rainbow Trout

    • Fisheries management; Fishes; Work of the Service; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery
    • Tissue samples from this rainbow trout and others in the Mat-Su valley were collected and analyzed as part of the National Wild Fish Health Survey. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Pathology Lab, Anchorage
    • Rainbow Trout in Hand at Gechiak Creek

    • Freshwater Fishes; Fishes; Recreation; Sport Fishing; Wildlife refuges; Togiak National Wildlife Refuge; Togiak Gallery
    • Wildlife Biologist Rob MacDonald holding Rainbow Trout. Resident fish such as the Rainbow Trout draw anglers from around the world to Southwest Alaska. Catch-and-release fishing is encouraged to conserve these fish and is required in some areas.
    • Rocky Cliffs along Togiak National Wildlife Refuge Coast

    • Scenics; Landscapes; Coastline; Ocean; Wildlife refuges; Togiak National Wildlife Refuge; Togiak Gallery
    • Rocky cliffs line the southwestern coast of Togiak Refuge providing nesting areas for up to 1.5 million seabirds and protecting isolated beaches ideal for marine mammal haulouts.
    • Sand Formations Around Cape Peirce

    • Scenics; Landscapes; Wildlife refuges; Togiak National Wildlife Refuge; Cape Pierce; Togiak Gallery
    • Interesting shapes are formed in the sandy beaches and dunes around Cape Peirce through the combined action of rain, wind, and waves.

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