Raptors; Grasslands; Birds; Birds of prey; Deserts; Prairies; Partnerships; Military
Aplomado falcons (Falco femoralis) inhabit desert grasslands and savannas of Latin America, and formerly inhabited desert grasslands and coastal prairies of Texas, New Mexico, and southeastern Arizona. The falcon ranges through most of South...
David Lenhart oral history interview as conducted by Jerry C. Grover. Mr. Lenhart worked at the following locations during his tenure with the Fish and Wildlife Service: Matanuska Valley, Alaska, 1955, GS-5; 1956 GS-5 Umatilla, Oregon; Portland...
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...
Biography; Employees (USFWS); History; Radio telemetry; Birds; Mammals; Fishes; Science; Tracks and tracking;
Larry Kolz oral history interview as conducted by Mark Madison and Alan Temple. Mr. Kolz worked at the Denver Wildlife Research Center as an electrical engineer and mainly working on telemetry and eventually would get into electrofishing.
Mule deer are named for their large, mule-like ears that move independently and frequently, scanning the environment for sounds of predators such as mountain lions, coyotes, wolves and bobcats. California; Clear Lake highlands; buck; doe;