Sanford R. Wilbur oral history interview with Mark Madison. Note that this appears to be a write-up of the interview by Dr. Madison, as it is not structured like a traditional interview, and Mr. Wilbur is referred to in the third person.
History; Biography; Personnel; Wildlife refuges; Law enforcement;
Renford Talbert Williams Oral history interview with Mark Madison and George Gentry. A man identified only as "Jerome" is also present, as is an unidentified female. Note: this is a recorded television conversation.
Birds; Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Oil spills; Uniforms; Service patch;
Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries Biologist and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Biologist James Harris survey the nesting birds on Breton Island National Wildlife Refuge looking for any sign of oil impacted birds or nests.
Plants; Endangered species; Employees (USFWS); Partnerships; Work of the Service;
Southern Appalachian bogs are one of the rarest natural communities in North America and are often home to rare plant and animal species. The conservation of these habitats and the species found there is a high priority for the Service and many of...