Military; Biography; History; Employees (USFWS); Youth; Recreation; Management; Hiking; Wilderness; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Public access; Planning;
John Kurtz oral history transcript as conducted by Norman Olson. John Kurtz also spent time in the Phoenix Area Office in charge of refuges in Arizona and New Mexico. He also worked as supervisor for the northern refuges in Alaska.
View of the sign for the Desert National Wildlife Refuge with some of the refuge lands visible in the background. The refuge was founded in order to conserve the habitat of the Bighorn Sheep, pictured on the sign.
Videography;u.s. fish and wildlife service;Environmental Education;wildlife refuges;wildlife conservation;
Where Wildlife Comes First - Kenai National Wildlife Refuge covers over two million acres in south central Alaska. The refuge is home to: salmon, eagles, and trumpeter swans, moose, caribou, and Dall sheep, brown bear, lynx, and wolves.
Videography;u.s. fish and wildlife service;waterfowl;Wilderness;wildlife refuges;wildlife conservation;
Nature's Timeless Landscape. Charles M. Russell NWR is a sprawling slice of the American West. Stretching more than 125 miles from east to west along the Missouri River, the refuge is not one destination, but many.
Wildlife management; Fisheries management; Game management; Grants;
Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act of 1937, now referred to as The Pittman-Robertson
Wildlife Restoration Act, as amended (16 U.S.C. 669-669k), provides federal assistance to the 50 States,
the Commonwealths of Puerto Rico and the Northern...