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    • Frank W. Sharp oral history transcript

    • History; Fishing; Commercial fishing;
    • Frank W. Sharp oral history interview with C.M. Mobley. Gabriel George is also present. Note that Mr. Sharp is not a retiree of the Fish and Wildlife Service, but was associated with the Hood Bay Cannery in Angoon, Alaska.
    • Conserving the future: wildlife refuges and the next generation

    • Wildlife refuges; Planning; Management
    • For the past 18 months, the National Wildlife Refuge System has worked to create a vision that will guide the management of the Refuge System during the next decade and beyond. Conserving the Future is built on the foundation and inspiration of...
    • White River Boardwalk Trail 2

    • Floods; Natural disasters; Wildlife refuges;
    • This boardwalk was built at 30 feet flood stage. As of this date, the flood stage was at 34 feet. Photo taken between May 3 and May 6th 2011, of the boardwalk trail at White River National Wildlife Refuge in St. Charles, Arkansas.
    • Refuge boardwalk

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges; Connecting people with nature;
    • The Scuppernong River Interpretive Boardwalk is a ¾-mile loop trail that meanders along the Scuppernong River through a cypress swamp and leads into downtown Columbia. The boardwalk introduces visitors to the beauty of the coastal sounds of...
    • Refuge boardwalk

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges; Connecting people with nature;
    • The Scuppernong River Interpretive Boardwalk is a ¾-mile loop trail that meanders along the Scuppernong River through a cypress swamp and leads into downtown Columbia. The boardwalk introduces visitors to the beauty of the coastal sounds of...
    • Scuppernong River Interpretive Boardwalk

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing;
    • The Scuppernong River Interpretive Boardwalk is a ¾-mile loop trail that meanders along the Scuppernong River through a cypress swamp and leads into downtown Columbia. The boardwalk introduces visitors to the beauty of the coastal sounds of...
    • Scuppernong River Interpretive Boardwalk

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife viewing; Wildlife refuges; Connecting people with nature;
    • The Scuppernong River Interpretive Boardwalk is a ¾-mile loop trail that meanders along the Scuppernong River through a cypress swamp and leads into downtown Columbia. The boardwalk introduces visitors to the beauty of the coastal sounds of...
    • Scuppernong River Interpretive Boardwalk

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges; Connecting people with nature;
    • The Scuppernong River Interpretive Boardwalk is a ¾-mile loop trail that meanders along the Scuppernong River through a cypress swamp and leads into downtown Columbia. The boardwalk introduces visitors to the beauty of the coastal sounds of...
    • Bald cypress trees and boardwalk

    • Public access; Scenics; Trees; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • Bald cypress trees in foreground with boardwalk in distance over expanse of water covered with duckweed.
    • Volunteers take on boardwalk

    • Aquatic environments; Emblems; Environments (Natural); Places (Human-made); Plants; Public access; Recreation; Buildings, facilities and structures; Structures; Tourism; Vegetation; Visitor services; Volunteers; Wetlands; Wildlife refuges;
    • A group of three volunteers have fun creating the new boardwalk for Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge.
    • William Julian oral history transcript, Part 2 of 2.

    • Biography; Employees (USFWS); History; Military; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Environmental quality; Environments (Natural); Equipment; Farms and farming; Fishing; Law enforcement; Mammals; Waterfowl;
    • William Julian oral history interview as conducted by Denny Holland and Paul Tritaik. This is Part 2 of 2.
    • Refuge boardwalk

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS);
    • FWS employee observes wildlife from a refuge boardwalk
    • Refuge boardwalk

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS);
    • FWS Employee enjoys a stroll on a refuge boardwalk.
    • Refuge boardwalk

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS);
    • FWS employee observes wildlife from a refuge boardwalk
    • Refuge boardwalk

    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS);
    • FWS Employee enjoys a stroll on a refuge boardwalk.

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