"In New England, the specific job is to spread consumption more uniformly over the nearly 80 species of fish and shellfish that are brought, into local ports each year. Production records 'of the fishing industry show a serious lack of...
"The Pribilof Report 1949" King Island Eskimo men plying their ivory carving craft beneath their skin umiaks on the beach near Nome where they have a summer camp. Only the simplest of hand tools are used for carving the walrus ivory tusks.
A group of men who were fishing move away from a visiting bear. Alaska is a land of awe-inspiring beauty and fish and wildlife spectacles, and the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is a microcosm of all this wonderful state has to offer.
Art Hawkins and Betty Hawkins oral history interview with Mark Madison as interviewer. Various fragments of an oral history/conversational with Art Hawkins and his wife, Betty Hawkins. Date is unspecified.
Bill and Jean Thomas oral history interview with Roger Kaye. Note that Mr. and Mrs. Thomas were not Fish and Wildlife Service employees, but were long time residents of the Upper Porcupine and Upper Black Rivers in Alaska.
History; Work of the Service; Personnel; Employees (USFWS); Partnerships; Tagging; Monitoring; Radio telemetry;
Black and white image of two men leaning over a tranquilized brown bear with radio telemetry devise during tagging and monitoring of bear population in Alaska. NOTE: Alaska Research Library and Information Service (ARLIS)