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    • Children at reindeer roundup on Nunivak

    • Wildlife refuges; Children; Subsistence; Buildings, facilities and structures; Events; Indigenous populations;
    • A group of children playing on a fence at the reindeer roundup on Nunivak.
    • Caribou Herd

    • Aerial photography; Coastal environments; Environments (Natural); Indigenous populations; Mammals; Wildlife; Scenics; Tundra; Wilderness;
    • Aerial view of herd of caribou on the Arctic coastal plains. For more information about this refuge and the caribou visit http://alaska.fws.gov/nwr/arctic/caribou.htm
    • An alligator in the forest

    • Aquatic environments; Biodiversity; Conifers; Indigenous populations; Plants; Reptiles; Trees; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges;
    • An alligator in the forest.
    • FWS employee observes an alligator

    • Aquatic environments; Emblems; Employees (USFWS); Environments (Natural); Icons; Indigenous populations; Law enforcement; Personnel; Plants; Ponds; Reptiles; Resource management; Service patch; Uniforms; Vegetation; Wildlife management; Wildlife...
    • An Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge employee approaches this alligator with caution, always thinking safety first.
    • Red-cockaded woodpecker nest box site

    • Birds; Endangered species; Environments (Natural); Habitat conservation; Indigenous populations; Places (Human-made); Conifers; Trees; Wildlife management; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife restoration; Work of the Service;
    • Close up shot of a Red-cockaded Woodpecker, (Endangered species), nest box site.
    • Woman on Dogsled

    • Villages; Indigenous populations; Transportation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Dog Sleds;
    • Freshwater mussel research

    • Environmental Sciences; Aquatic animals; Aquatic environments; Boats; Employees (USFWS); Endangered species; Environmental quality; Indigenous populations; Islands; Mollusks; Riverbeds; Rivers and streams; Wildlife refuges;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employees at gravel island in the Ohio River studying samples of freshwater mussel shells. Motorboat transportation beached in background.
    • Street of Fort Yukon village

    • Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge; YFNWR; Indigenous populations; Native Americans; Interior Indians; Athabascans
    • Fort Yukon village lies within the boundaries of the Yukon Flats NWR.
    • John Fort oral history transcript

    • Biography; Employees (USFWS); History; Fire management; Fires; Ecosystem recovery; Prescribed burning; Silviculture; Research;
    • John Fort oral history interview as conducted by Jennifer Hinckley. John spent time with the Forest Service and BLM before working for the Fish and Wildlife Service. In addition to working in the various locations listed, he was also the first...
    • Red-cockaded woodpecker nest box site

    • Birds; Endangered species; Environments (Natural); Habitat conservation; Indigenous populations; Places (Human-made); Conifers; Trees; Wildlife management; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife restoration; Work of the Service;
    • Medium shot of the Red Cockaded woodpecker, (Endangered species), nest box site.
    • Chief Houdikoff fishing on Attu

    • Wildlife refuges; Native Americans; Subsistence; Fishing; Cultural resources; Rivers and streams; Rural environments; History; Indigenous populations;
    • Mike Houdikoff, Chief of Attu village and his son netting sockeye salmon.
    • Chief Mike Houdikoff's son fishing on Attu

    • Wildlife refuges; Subsistence; Fishing; Native Americans; Cultural resources; Environments (Natural); Rivers and streams; History; Indigenous populations;
    • Mike Houdikoff's son netting sockeye salmon on creek above village on Attu Island.
    • Bella Francis oral history transcript

    • History; Biography; Fishing; Forests; Hunting; Indigenous populations; Native Americans; Trapping; Villages; Wilderness;
    • Oral history interview with Bella Francis and Roger Kaye as interviewer.
    • Cigar Daisey and Newman Merritt oral history transcript

    • History; Biography; Aquatic birds; Birds; Boats; Coastal environments; Commercial fishing; Crustaceans; Fishes; Fishing; Game wardens; Human impacts; Hunting; Indigenous populations; Islands; Law enforcement; Overfishing; Places (Human-made);...
    • Oral history interview with Cigar Daisey and Newman Merritt with Dave Hall as interviewer. There are two other gentleman present. They are not identified, other than the fact that one of them is referred to as “Pete”. They are from North...
    • Ira and Clara Gabrielson oral history transcript

    • History; Biography; Agriculture; Biologists (USFWS); Automobiles; Birds; Historic sites; Indigenous populations; Photography; Relocation; Transportation; Native Americans; Directors (USFWS); Work of the Service;
    • Oral history interview with Ira Gabrielson and Clara Gabrielson was also present. Dave Marshall was the interviewer. Nickname: "Gabe"
    • Pleasant pines

    • Birds; Endangered species; Environments (Natural); Habitat conservation; Indigenous populations; Places (Human-made); Conifers; Trees; Wildlife management; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife restoration; Work of the Service;
    • Pine tree forest habitat for the Red Cockaded woodpecker, (Endangered species).
    • Knitting qiviut

    • Crafts;
    • Qiviut (pronounced "kiv-ee-ute"), the downy-soft underwool from the Arctic musk ox, is shed naturally each year during the spring months. Indigenous populations; Native Americans; Crafts; Knitting; Alaska Slide Show
    • Petroglyphs

    • Wildlife refuges; Historic sites; Indigenous populations;
    • Sallie Gentry, Fish and Wildlife Service employee observes petroglyphs etched into a rock at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.

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