Videography;u.s. fish and wildlife service;wildlife refuges;wildlife conservation;
The Alaska Peninsula and Becharof National Wildlife Refuges are lands of spectacular beauty, with rolling tundra, braided rivers, glacial lakes, towering mountains, active volcanoes, rugged sea cliffs and pristine coastlines.
Oil spills; Oil spills; Employees (USFWS); Service patch;
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service employee Mike Krebs uses a pump in the process of building a protective berm at the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge in Gulf Shores, Alabama. The berm will act as a barrier if oil comes ashore.
Bob Weeden and Ginny Wood oral history interview. Note: The interviewers are not identified at any time on the tape. There are at least two interviewers (possibly three) – one (or two) male and one female. Their comments are not identified...
July 1, 2010 Gulf Shores, AL - Most marsh areas are protected by boom. Since the spill began, Bon Secour Maintenance worker Jerry Dunn routinely checks the shoreline/boom three times a week. Photo by Bonnie Strawser.
July 1, 2010 Gulf Shores, AL - Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge Maintenance worker Jerry Dunn routinely checks the shoreline three times a week. Here, he explains the difficulty of cleaning oil from a marsh. Photo by Bonnie Strawser.