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Cam Cavanaugh oral history interview
History; Biography; Environmental education; Education outreach;
Oral history interview with Cavanaugh, Cam. Interviewed by Mark Madison. Bill Koch was present.
Final environmental impact statement double-crested cormorant management in the United States
Endangered species consultation handbook: procedures for conducting consultation and conference activities under Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act
Endangered species; Employees (USFWS); Communication; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Wildlife management
This handbook was primarily developed to aid FWS and NMFS biologists implementing the section 7 consultation process. The purpose of the handbook is to provide information and guidance on the various consultation processes outlined in the...
Man holding a rainbow trout
Fishes; fishing; Employees (USFWS); Work of the Service; Fisheries management;
Brad Benter holds a rainbow trout which was captured for radio tagging in Kenai River canyon. Image taken in 1995.
Inspecting a Fish Scale at the Tuluksak River Weir
Fisheries management; Fishes; Work of the Service; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery; Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; YUDE
Abraham Lott and John Tobin inspect a scale sample at the Tuluksak River weir, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge.
Inserting Radio Transmitter on a Dolley Varden
Fisheries management; Fishes; Char; Work of the Service; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery
Doug Palmer surgically inserts a radio transmitter into a Dolly Varden.
Scenics; Landscapes; Rivers and streams; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Willdlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery
The view spans across the tundra from the banks of the Tuluksak River, a tributary of the Kuskokwim River in western Alaska.
Kwethluk River, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge
Scenics; Landscapes; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; YUDE; Kenai FO Gallery; Alaska
Woody debris in scenic Kwethluk River provides fish habitat. Three-Step Mountain is in the background. Image taken in 1991.
Tracking Fish in the Kenai Lake
Work of the Service; Fisheries management; Fishes; Transportaion; Boats; Field Offices; Kenai Fishes and Wildlife Field Office; Kenai FO Gallery
Doug Palmer tracking the movements of radio-tagged Dolly Varden and rainbow trout in Kenai Lake from a skiff.
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