Yellowstone National Park wolf project leader Dr. Doug Smith checks the new radio collar on a tranquilized wolf during collaring operations in Yellowstone on 1-09-03. Higher resolution of this image not available.
Work of the Service; Oil spills; Wildlife refuges; Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; Aleutians; Unalaska
Wrecked halves of M/V Selendang Ayu with oil streamers. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service Response to Grounding/Oil Spill off Unalaska Background Information The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is responding to the grounding of the 738-foot cargo v
Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS); Wildlife management; Tagging; Monitoring; Mammals; Boreal forests; Service patch
Wildlife biologist Mark Bertram carefully injects tranquilizer into a denning black bear in order to collect data and attach a radio collar which was part of a black bear breeding, denning, and movement study on the Yukon Flats National Wildlife...
Work of the Service; Aircraft; Recreation; Fishing; Alaska
Widgeon NC 722 engaged in fisherman check on Sitkoh Lake, Southeast Alaska. C.L. Anderson, Director of Territorial Fisheries Department, Louis McDonald, Assistant to Director of Territorial Fisheries Dept.
Invasive species; Interpretation; Photography; Mammals; Rodents; Work of the Service; Wildlife management; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS); Education;
While filming at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, Paul Heimowitz explains how a breeding pair of nutria can multiply to 16,000 in just three years. The USFWS and Pangolin Film's have joined in an effort to create awareness surrounding...
Boats; Coastal environments; Employees (USFWS); Logo; Marine environments; Personnel; Service patch; Uniforms; Work of the Service; Wage Grade Occupations;
Wage Grade staff from Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge on board the Service's 48 foot research vessel Ursa Major II, assists the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in the loading of fuel drums which were used during surveys of river otter...