Videography;u.s. fish and wildlife service;Environmental Education;wildlife refuges;wildlife conservation;
Where Wildlife Comes First - Kenai National Wildlife Refuge covers over two million acres in south central Alaska. The refuge is home to: salmon, eagles, and trumpeter swans, moose, caribou, and Dall sheep, brown bear, lynx, and wolves.
Videographer: Dr. James Maragos, Coral Biologist, USFWS Hawaiian & Pacific Islands NWRC.
Site P and H Misc, 2001. GPS: not recorded. Depth not recorded.
Original recording on Mini-DV tape (720x480).
Videographer: Dr. James Maragos, Coral Biologist, USFWS Hawaiian & Pacific Islands NWRC. Annotations: Dr. Jean Kenyon, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Hawaiian & Pacific Islands NWRC.
One transect and returning back survey, site PAL-12, 2_20_2001....
Version 1.3 was updated June 2010. Recovery planning has evolved considerably over the years as we have learned more about the root causes of endangerment and what it takes to recover species. Species’ biological needs and responses to specific...