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    • 2012 Annual Report: youth in the great outdoors

    • Work of the Service; Youth; Education outreach; Environmental education; Volunteers; Connecting people with nature; Employees (USFWS); Leisure activities; Partnerships;
    • Engaging, educating, and employing our nation’s youth in conservation are major priorities for the Department of the Interior (Department), and in 2009 the Youth in the Great Outdoors (YGO) initiative was established.
    • Conserving the nature of America

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife management; History
    • This is a brochure that describes the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, including a brief history of the Service as well as continuing work to help wildlife conservation.
    • Scoter Team collects data on scoters

    • Work of the Service; Wildlife management; Animal Tagging; Bird banding; Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge; YFNWR; Species; Birds; Waterfowl
    • Biological Technicians work quickly to measure, weigh, and band a White-winged scoter hen and her ducklings in a scoter breeding ecology study on Yukon Flats NWR.
    • Conservation Legacy

    • Work of the Service; History; Recreation; Wildlife management
    • This is a report that describes various programs successfully implemented and various tasks completed, by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service through the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Programs, Division of Federal Assistance. Articles include...
    • Technician weighs a male scoter

    • Work of the Service; Employees (USFWS); Wildlife management; Tagging; Bird banding; Birds; Waterfowl; Aquatic environments;
    • Biological Technician Laura Kennedy weighs a white-winged scoter drake during a scoter breeding ecology study at Scoter Camp Lake in the Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Agency overview: conserving the nature of America

    • Work of the Service;
    • This is a fact sheet describing the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. It briefly describes the mission and history of the Service and the Service's current conservation work and plans for the future.
    • Conserving the future: wildlife refuges and the next generation

    • Wildlife refuges; Planning; Management
    • For the past 18 months, the National Wildlife Refuge System has worked to create a vision that will guide the management of the Refuge System during the next decade and beyond. Conserving the Future is built on the foundation and inspiration of...
    • Final report: a landscape-scale approach to refuge system planning

    • Wildlife refuges; Landscape conservation; Planning; Strategic habitat conservation;
    • This report addresses one of the recommendations as outlined by the Conserving the Future: Wildlife Refuges and the Next Generation, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 21st century strategic vision for the National Wildlife Refuge System. It...
    • Managing oil and gas activities in coastal environments: refuge manual

    • Wildlife refuges; Coastal environments; Estuarine environments; Energy;
    • The refuges on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico contain some of the most productive marsh and estuarine systems for fish and wildlife in the Nation. Many of the refuges support a wide variety of land-use practices and have a history of oil and gas...
    • Ten years of Pittman-Robertson wildlife restoration 1938 to 1948

    • Wildlife management; Fisheries management; Game management; Grants;
    • Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act of 1937, now referred to as The Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Restoration Act, as amended (16 U.S.C. 669-669k), provides federal assistance to the 50 States, the Commonwealths of Puerto Rico and the Northern...
    • Captured yellow warbler in mist nest

    • Wildlife management; Bird banding; Birds; Tagging;
    • A yellow warbler waits to be released from the mist net. This was part of a yellow warbler breeding ecology study at Canvasback Lake, Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Tidal marshes:  the boundary between land and ocean

    • Wetlands; Wildlife management; Human impacts; Coastal environments;Estuarine environments; Coastal environments
    • Tidal marshes of the United States cover about 13,000 square miles, approximately the combined area of Connecticut and Massachusetts. From a global perspective, marshes form a narrow fringe of intertidal flats along ocean coasts. They are vegetated...

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