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    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers on patrol

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • Federal Wildlife Officers begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured: Samantha Fleming and Gabriel Harper.
    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • Federal Wildlife Officers begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured: Pam Jenkins and Gabriel Harper.
    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • Federal Wildlife Officers begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured: Gabriel Harper and Pam Jenkins.
    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Boats; Boating; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • A group of Federal Wildlife Officers who begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured left to right: Samantha Fleming; Pam Jenkins; and Gabriel Harper.
    • Refuge Law Enforcement Officers

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Uniforms; Service patch; Recreation; Recreational vehicles; Law enforcement; Boats; Boating; Connecting people with nature; Vehicles; Transportation;
    • A group of Federal Wildlife Officers who begin each day by enforcing wildlife laws as well as ensuring the safety of visitors on the refuge. Refuge LE officers pictured left to right: Samantha Fleming; Pam Jenkins; and Gabriel Harper.
    • Wild rice field

    • Wildlife refuges;
    • A wild rice field is pictured at Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge, SC.
    • Santee Indian Mound

    • Wildlife refuges;
    • The Santee Indian Mound at Santee National Wildlife Refuge, SC, is pictured.
    • Dead loggerhead sea turtle eggs

    • Wildlife refuges; Marine mammals;
    • Loggerhead sea turtle eggs -- all dead -- from one overwashed nest are pictured on Cape Island at Cape Romain Refuge, SC.
    • Goosefare Creek

    • Wildlife refuges;
    • Goosefare Creek at the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge is pictured.
    • Goosefare Creek

    • Wildlife refuges;
    • Goosefare Creek, a division of the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, is pictured.
    • Jimmy Carter at Kodiak Refuge Visitors Center

    • Wildlife refuges; Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge; Visitor Center
    • Pictured are, from left to right: Tony Chatto, Fishery Biologist/Pilot; Bill Pyle, Supervisory Wildlife Biologist; Cinda Childers, Office Automation Clerk; Gerri Castonguay, Administrative Technician (Office Automation); Elizabeth Pattinson,...
    • Sign for the Desert National Wildlife Refuge

    • Signs; Wildlife refuges; Deserts;
    • View of the sign for the Desert National Wildlife Refuge with some of the refuge lands visible in the background. The refuge was founded in order to conserve the habitat of the Bighorn Sheep, pictured on the sign.
    • Endangered species recovery program

    • Recovered; Threatened species; Endangered and/or threatened; Policies;
    • Recovery is the process that stops the decline of an endangered or threatened species by removing or reducing threats. Recovery ensures the longterm survival of the species in the wild. At that point, the species is recovered, and protection of the...
    • Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge 004

    • Prescribed burning; Grasslands; Employees (USFWS)
    • Onion Bayou Prairie prescribed burn at Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge in Texas - Pictured from left to right: Prescribed Fire Specialist Paul C. Charland, Assistant Fire Management Officer Craig Crenshaw, Range Technician Doug Head.
    • Seaside Goldenrod at Monomoy NWR

    • Plant species introduction; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Shorebirds
    • Pictured here are Seaside Goldenrod which will be planted on the refuge. These plants are used to improve the Roseate Tern habitat

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