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    • Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge

    • 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

    • 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

    • 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...
    • Tundra swan

    • Alaska;Birds;Migratory birds Birds;Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge;Waterfowl
    • Pickerel Frog

    • amphibians; frogs; line art; Illustrations; illustrations; amphibian; black and white;
    • Swainson's Hawk

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

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

    • Animals; Endangered and/or Threatened 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
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employee

    • Aquatic animals; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Fishes; 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 and/or Threatened species; Environmental quality; Equipment; Mollusks; Rivers and streams; Transportation;
    • Fish and Wildlife Service employees in motorboat on Ohio River, preparing for mussel research project.
    • Western Kingbird

    • Arizona;Birds;Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge;Migratory birds Birds;passerine
    • Power lines and train tracks in National Wildlife Refuge

    • Automobiles; Buildings, facilities and structures; City environments; Environmental quality; Habitat conservation; Habitat fragmentation; Human impacts; Industries; Public access; Roads; Trains; Transportation; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • Power lines and train tracks with interstate highways in background, all in wetlands at the edge of the National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Jerry L. Wilson oral history transcript

    • Biography; Biological control; Conservation; Employees (USFWS); History; Lakes; Maintenance; Management; Military; Fishing; Public attitudes; Public access; Realty; Wetlands; Birds; Prescribed burning; Wildlife refuges;
    • Jerry L. Wilson oral history interview as conducted by Denny Holland.
    • David Janes oral history transcript

    • Biography; Employees (USFWS); Forestry; Military; Realty; Wetlands; Writing; Planning; Buildings, facilities and structures; Management; Youth; Biologists (USFWS);
    • David Janes oral history interview as conducted by Dorothe Norton. Along with working at various refuges, David Janes worked out of the regional offices in Region 5 and Region 6. He retired in 1997 as a GS-12 Land Acquisition Planning Biologist...
    • Richard Tolbers oral history transcript

    • Biography; Employees (USFWS); History; Waterfowl; Surveying; Wildlife refuges; Habitat conservation; Hunting; Research; Law enforcement; Wilderness; Rivers and streams; Birds;
    • Richard Tolbers oral history interview as conducted by Dorothe Norton. Richard also spent time at the St. Paul Federal Building and the Minnesota Valley/Twin Cities Ecological Services Field Office.


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