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    • Land protection plan: Bear River Watershed Conservation Area

    • Land protection plan: Bear River Watershed Conservation Area
    • Wildlife refuges; Water; Water management; Land development;
    • The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is establishing a conservation area for the Bear River watershed in Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming. The Bear River Water-shed Conservation Area project will work with private landowners to establish up to 920,000 acres...
    • Robert Fields oral history transcript

    • Robert Fields oral history transcript
    • Rangelands; Water management; Management; Employees (USFWS); Biography; Energy
    • Robert C. Fields oral history interview as conducted by Jerry Grover. Along with working at the locations listed, Robert served in Portland as Refuge Supervisor over California and Nevada. He has also worked on the Garrison Diversion Project, the...
    • Brown bear cubs playing in water

    • Brown bear cubs playing in water
    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges
    • This image taken at the Frazer Lake weir. Frazer Lake weir consists of a series of "fish ladders" which allow salmon to ascend around a 30' falls, near the outlet of Frazer Lake on the south end of Kodiak Island. Counts are made at the outlet.
    • Brown bear wades through water

    • Brown bear wades through water
    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges
    • This image taken at the Frazer Lake weir. Frazer Lake weir consists of a series of "fish ladders" which allow salmon to ascend around a 30' falls, near the outlet of Frazer Lake on the south end of Kodiak Island. Counts are made at the outlet.
    • Brown bear emerging from water

    • Brown bear emerging from water
    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges
    • This image taken at the Frazer Lake weir. Frazer Lake weir consists of a series of "fish ladders" which allow salmon to ascend around a 30' falls, near the outlet of Frazer Lake on the south end of Kodiak Island. Counts are made at the outlet.
    • Brown bear cubs playing in water

    • Brown bear cubs playing in water
    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges
    • This image taken at the Frazer Lake weir. Frazer Lake weir consists of a series of "fish ladders" which allow salmon to ascend around a 30' falls, near the outlet of Frazer Lake on the south end of Kodiak Island. Counts are made at the outlet.
    • Brown bear cubs playing in water

    • Brown bear cubs playing in water
    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges
    • This image taken at the Frazer Lake weir. Frazer Lake weir consists of a series of "fish ladders" which allow salmon to ascend around a 30' falls, near the outlet of Frazer Lake on the south end of Kodiak Island. Counts are made at the outlet.
    • Brown bear cubs playing in water

    • Brown bear cubs playing in water
    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges
    • This image taken at the Frazer Lake weir. Frazer Lake weir consists of a series of "fish ladders" which allow salmon to ascend around a 30' falls, near the outlet of Frazer Lake on the south end of Kodiak Island. Counts are made at the outlet.
    • Brown bear cubs playing in water

    • Brown bear cubs playing in water
    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges
    • This image taken at the Frazer Lake weir. Frazer Lake weir consists of a series of "fish ladders" which allow salmon to ascend around a 30' falls, near the outlet of Frazer Lake on the south end of Kodiak Island. Counts are made at the outlet.
    • Brown bear feeding on salmon

    • Brown bear feeding on salmon
    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges
    • This image taken at the Frazer Lake weir. Frazer Lake weir consists of a series of "fish ladders" which allow salmon to ascend around a 30' falls, near the outlet of Frazer Lake on the south end of Kodiak Island. Counts are made at the outlet.
    • Water Management

    • Water Management
    • History; Wildlife refuges; Water management; Employees (USFWS);
    • Tom Woods, Manager of the refuge, examining water outlet, which supplies fresh water for the refuge. Due to the generosity of Ding Darling, former chief of the former Bureau of Biological Survey, this water oulet was installed.
    • Kent Olson oral history transcript

    • Kent Olson oral history transcript
    • History; Biography; Employees (USFWS); Wetlands; Waterfowl; Biologists (USFWS); Interpretation; Islands; Wildlife management;
    • Kent Olson oral history interview as conducted by Jonathan Schafler. Kent also worked with the Wetland Acquisition Program and at River Basins as a biologist.

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