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    • 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...
    • Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge

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    • Tensas River NWR, Tallulah, Louisiana: The remnant bottomland-hardwood forest that makes up the terrestrial portion of Tensas River Refuge is home to the equally rare Louisiana black bear and Bachman's warblers. The aquatic portion comprises oxbow...
    • Parker River National Wildlife Refuge

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    • Parker River NWR, Newburyport, Massachusetts: Located as it is on a barrier island off the far northeast coast of Massachusetts, Parker River Refuge is a prime spot for birders. Its variety of coastal habitats offer habitat for such rarities as...
    • FWS Employee Monitoring Weather Station

    • Agassiz NWR; Minnesota; FWS Employees (USFWS);
    • CHECKING WEATHER STATION. Winter is a challenge for wildlife and biologists at Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge in Minnesota. Communities near the refuge are often the coldest spots in the lower 48. Weather monitoring is one of many sources of...
    • Tundra swan

    • Alaska;Birds;Migratory birds Birds;Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge;Waterfowl
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    • Swainson's Hawk

    • animal; Raptors; Predators; Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge
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    • Raccoon

    • Animals;Delta National Wildlife Refuge;Louisiana;Mammals
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    • Hawaiian monk seal

    • Animals; Endangered species; Hawaii; Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge; Mammals
    • The Hawaiian monk seal is in the family Phocidae, and the scientific name is Monachus schauinslandi. There are three species of monk seals:Mediterranean (extant), Caribbean (presumed extinct) and Hawaiian (extant) that are the only true tropic...
    • Ground squirrel

    • Animals;Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge;Wyoming;Mammals;rodent
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    • Fish and Wildlife Service employee

    • Aquatic animals; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Fishes; Refuges; Wildlife refuges;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employee in the field, in dry area with remains of large fish.
    • Mussel research by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees

    • Aquatic environments; Boats; Employees (USFWS); Endangered species; Environmental quality; Equipment; Mollusks; Rivers and streams; Transportation;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employees in motorboat on Ohio River, preparing for mussel research project.
    • FWS Employee tagging Loggerhead Turtle

    • Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge;Florida; Endangered species; Reptiles;Resource management; beach; night
    • FWS biologist tags an endangered Loggerhead Turtle. The Atlantic Loggerheads were listed as threatened on July 28, 1978. Their populations declined due to incidental capture in shrimp trawls, loss of habitat due to coastal development, artificial...
    • Western Kingbird

    • Arizona;Birds;Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge;Migratory birds Birds;passerine
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    • Little brown bats

    • Bats;
    • A pair of Little Brown Bats, also called Little Brown Myotis, hang together in the Deschutes National Forest located in Oregon.
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employee eradicating Invasive

    • Biological control; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Equipment; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Maintenance; Plants; Refuges; Wildlife refuges;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employee with axe, chopping at melaleuca tree trunk in refuge invasive species eradication program.
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employee showing invasive plant

    • Biological control; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Maintenance; Plants; Refuges; Wildlife refuges;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employee standing at edge of wetland area being taken over by invasive species water hyacinth and holding two plant specimens to show leaves and root systems. Vertical.

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