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    • 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.
    • William (Bill) Henry Meyer oral history transcript

    • History; Biography; Biologists (USFWS); Aviation; Planning; Research; Work of the Service; Directors (USFWS); Employees (USFWS); Management; Personnel; Public policies;
    • William (Bill) Henry Meyer oral history interview as conducted by Jerry Grover.
    • Wildflowers at the base of a wooden building

    • Wildflowers; Structures; Scenics; Buildings, facilities and structures;
    • This is a close up of pink flowers planted at the base of a wooden building. In a remote corner of northwestern Alaska lies Selawik Refuge, a special place of extreme climate, free-flowing rivers, and abundant wildlife.
    • Wild Flowers

    • botany; Plants; Flowering plants; New Mexico; Plants; Flowering plants; flowers;
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    • Wild flax

    • New Mexico; Plants; flowers; Flowering plants; Flowering plants; Flowering plants; botany; flowers
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    • What you can do to help wildlife and plants

    • Endangered and/or threatened; Education outreach; Human impacts; Connecting people with nature
    • This is a fact sheet describing the many courses of action people of all ages may take in order to preserve and help species in local areas flourish.
    • Virginia Bluebells

    • Flowering plants; Plants;
    • Close up of some light blue and pink woodland flowers. For more information about wildflowers visit the National Plants Database Additional Resources: National Plants Database http://plants.usda.gov/.
    • Virginia Bluebells

    • Flowering plants; Plants;
    • Shot of blue woodland flowers on a larger plant. For more information about wildflowers visit the National Plants Database Additional Resources: National Plants Database http://plants.usda.gov/.
    • Virginia Bluebells

    • Flowering plants; Plants;
    • Shot of blue woodland flowers near a large rock. For more information about wildflowers visit the National Plants Database Additional Resources: National Plants Database http://plants.usda.gov/.
    • Virginia Bluebells

    • Flowering plants; Plants;
    • Shot of blue woodland flowers beside a large rock. For more information about wildflowers visit the National Plants Database Additional Resources: National Plants Database http://plants.usda.gov/.
    • Ushagat Island,  White Bog Orchid

    • AMNWR; Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; Gulf of Alaska Unit; Botany; Vegetation; Flowers;Wildflowers; Scenics
    • 1988, THis flower is also called the White Bog Candle, most likely Platanthera dilatata
    • Two men observe Lindera melissifolia flowers

    • Endangered and/or Threatened species; Flowering plants; Research
    • Botanist Wilson Baker and Tom Patrick observe Lindera melissifolia flowers Pondberry, Lindera melissifolia botany. Lindera melissifolia; research; botanist; pondberry; Endangered species; Georgia Natural Heritage Program; Georgia; Coastal...
    • Trout lily

    • Flowering plants; Plants;
    • A close view three yellow trout lily flowers. This plant is also known as the dogtooth violet.
    • Trout lily

    • Flowering plants; Plants;
    • A view of many yellow trout lily flowers. This plant is also known as the dogtooth violet.
    • Threadleaf phacelia

    • Wildflowers; Wildlife refuges;
    • The flowers of Threadleaf Phacelia are a showy pink or lavender and they have hairy filaments.

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