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National Wildlife Refuge System
Threatened & Endangered Species
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Fish & Wildlife at Work
Fish & Habitat Conservation
Wildlife & Sport Fish Restoration
Comprehensive Conservation Plan Bamforth National Wildlife Refuge Hutton Lake National Wildlife Refuge Mortenson Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Document;Wildlife refuges; Planning
Comprehensive Conservation PlanPathfinder National Wildlife Refuge
Document;Wildlife refuges; Planning
Expanding the vision 1998 update North American waterfowl management plan
2002 Federal Junior Duck Stamp Program and Scholarship Competition Conservation through the Arts
2003 Federal Junior Duck Stamp Art Competition Celebrating 100 Years of the National Wildlife Refuge System
Mammals; animal; wildlife; Reintroduction; canine; carnivore; Predators; Resource management
Captured gray wolf in pen - as part of the effort to restore gray wolf populations in the United States to self-sustaining levels, and remove the species from the endangered species list, wild wolves were captured in Canada, given health...
lake; man; Recreation;Wyoming
FWS Biologist Sifting Sediments For Contaminant Analysis
environmental issues;Employees (USFWS)
Fish and Wildlife Service Biologist Taking Stream Samples
Environmental Sciences; Contaminants;Environmental quality;Pesticides;Pollution, Water;
Fish and Wildlife Service worker sifting cored sediments from riverbed for contaminant analysis. Vertical.
Warning sign for poisoned lakes
Environmental Sciences; Contaminants;Environmental quality;Pollutants;Pollution, Water;Scientific personnel (USFWS);Sampling
Warning sign saying "No Hunting Ducks or Geese - Lakes Poisoned By Selenium."
Environmental Sciences; Biologists (USFWS);Coastal restoration;Employees (USFWS);Contaminants;
Fish and Wildlife Service worker with cored sediment samples from riverbed for contaminant analysis.
Oil field pollution
Environmental Sciences; Biologists (USFWS);Contaminants;Environmental quality;Oil spills;Petroleum industry;Pollution, Water
Commercial oil field water holding facility. Excavated area for water, with oil-covered banks, corroded drain pipes and pieces of machinery, and oil-covered skim on water.
Environmental Sciences; Aquatic birds; Birds; Contaminants;Pollution control;Environmental quality; Lakes; Migratory birds; Waterfowl;
Duck carcass laying near dry shore of Rasmus Lee Lake in Wyoming.
Checking gill nets
Environmental Sciences; Biologists (USFWS); Employees (USFWS);
Fish and Wildlife Service worker on boat checking gill net full of fish.
Dead bird in oil pit
Environmental Sciences; Birds; Contaminants; Environmental quality; Human impacts; Oil production; Oil spills; Petroleum industry; Pollutants; Oil production;
Gloved hand pointing to bird carcass covered in thick oil in oil pit.
Studying goose eggs
Environmental Sciences; Biologists (USFWS); Contaminants; Employees (USFWS)
Two FWS employees processing fertile goose eggs for study. Vertical.
Studying uranium mine samples
Environmental Sciences; Contaminants; Mining;
Scientists studying uranium mine samples laid on ground in small mounds for examination.
Public health warning sign
Environmental Sciences; Contaminants; Environmental quality; Fishing; Human impacts; Hunting; Lakes; Pollutants; Pollution, Water; Waterfowl; Wildlife impacts; Signs;
Public health warning sign for elevated levels of selenium in fish and waterfowl taken from the Stewart Lake Waterfowl Management Area in Stewart, Utah, posted by the Utah Department of Health.
Subsurface drain outlet
Contaminants; Environmental quality; Erosion;
Subsurface drain outlet with liquid running out and surrounding erosion. Vertical.
Measuring mallard eggs
Environmental Sciences; Pollutants;Waterfowl;
Fish and Wildlife Service worker measuring mallard eggs for study. Vertical.
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