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    • Fishing

    • Fishing; Wildlife refuges;
    • A man photographed fishing at the J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Sunset at J.N. Ding Darling

    • Birds; Aquatic environments; Scenics; Wildlife refuges;
    • Scenic of J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge in Florida. Birds in water
    • Duck Feeding

    • Birds; Migratory birds; Waterfowl; Wildlife refuges;
    • A duck dips its head into the water to look for food at the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge located in Sanibel, Florida.
    • Night Blooming Cereus plant, an exotic invasive species.

    • Biological control; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Islands; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS);...
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee inspects Nicker Bean plant, a native invasive species on J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Night Blooming Cereus plant, an exotic invasive species.

    • Biological control; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Islands; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS);...
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee inspects Nicker Bean plant, a native invasive species on J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Nicker Bean plant, a native invasive species.

    • Biological control; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Islands; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS);...
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee inspects Nicker Bean plant, a native invasive species on J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Nicker Bean plant, a native invasive species.

    • Biological control; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Ecosystem recovery; Environmental quality; Habitat fragmentation; Habitat restoration; Invasive species; Islands; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS);...
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee inspects Nicker Bean plant, a native invasive species on J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Mallard

    • Birds; Migratory birds; Waterfowl;
    • Mallard feeding in "bottoms up" position. Vertical.
    • Great egret

    • Birds; Migratory birds; Wading birds;
    • Close-up of head and upper neck of great egret.
    • Water Management

    • History; Wildlife refuges; Water management; Employees (USFWS);
    • Tom Woods, Manager of the refuge, examining water outlet, which supplies fresh water for the refuge. Due to the generosity of Ding Darling, former chief of the former Bureau of Biological Survey, this water oulet was installed.
    • Diversity!

    • Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments; Biodiversity; Birds; Coastal environments; Environments (Natural); Estuarine environments; Marine birds; Marine environments; Ponds; Public access; Sanctuaries; Scenics; Wading birds; Wildlife refuges;
    • Several species of birds can be found at feeding time on the refuge, including Roseate spoonbills. This is a feeding frenzy for the lucky visitor, where all the birds frolic about trying to get a meal at once.

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