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    • Butterflies of the last oasis sign

    • Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Wildlife viewing; Interpretation; Visitor services; Exhibits; Deserts;
    • Situated in central-western Arizona along the Lower Colorado River, the Bill Williams River extends a short 40 miles before emptying into the Colorado River at Lake Havasu. A portion of the river and its unique habitat are protected within the Bill...
    • Down by the river interpretative sign

    • Wildlife refuges; Work of the Service; Wildlife viewing; Interpretation; Visitor services; Exhibits;
    • Situated in central-western Arizona along the Lower Colorado River, the Bill Williams River extends a short 40 miles before emptying into the Colorado River at Lake Havasu. A portion of the river and its unique habitat are protected within the Bill...
    • Fishing pier

    • Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing; Fishes; Fishing; Lakes; Recreation; Leisure activities; Green infrastructure;
    • Situated in central-western Arizona along the Lower Colorado River, the Bill Williams River extends a short 40 miles before emptying into the Colorado River at Lake Havasu. A portion of the river and its unique habitat are protected within the Bill...
    • 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...
    • Pumping plant and bridge at Lake Havasu

    • Wildlife refuges; Water management; Rivers and streams; Buildings, facilities and structures; Green infrastructure;
    • Situated in central-western Arizona along the Lower Colorado River, the Bill Williams River extends a short 40 miles before emptying into the Colorado River at Lake Havasu. A portion of the river and its unique habitat are protected within the Bill...
    • Waterfowl management handbook

    • Wildlife management; Waterfowl; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife impacts;
    • Waterfowl nutritional needs during the annual cycle and the nutritional values of natural foods and crops are discussed.
    • 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...
    • Using plants as indicators of wetlands

    • Wetlands; Wetland restoration; Management; Conservation; Maps; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges;
    • This document uses the primary indicator approach to identifying wetlands.
    • Wetlands of Connecticut

    • Wetlands; Wetland restoration; Management; Conservation; Maps; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges;
    • The National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) provides information for reviewing the effectiveness of existing federal programs and policies and for increasing public awareness.
    • Classification of wetlands and deepwater habitats of the United States

    • Wetlands; Ecosystem recovery; Estuarine environments; Floods; Habitat conservation;
    • This classification, to be used in a new inventory of wetlands and deepwater habitats of the United States, is intended to describe ecological tax, arrange them in a system useful to resource managers, furnish units for mapping, and provide...
    • Hydropower: environmental issues

    • Water; Water conservation; Water management; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Energy; Dams; Wildlife impacts; Wildlife management; Work of the Service;
    • Hydropower projects convert the energy of fl owing water into electricity. A dam holds back water, creating a reservoir of potential power. On the upper side of the dam, a gate is opened to let water surge through a tunnel leading to turbines. The...
    • Hydropower: service expertise

    • Water; Water conservation; Water management; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Energy; Dams; Wildlife impacts; Wildlife management; Work of the Service;
    • The Federal Power Act authorizes the Service to condition a non-Federal hydropower license with fish passage facilities and, if the project is in Service managed land (e.g., utilizes part of a hatchery water intake system), to require measures that...
    • Roanoke River: The River of Life

    • Videography;waterfowl;conservation;wildlife refuges;wildlife conservation;
    • The Roanoke River is a critically important natural resource for North Carolina, Virginia and even the Nation. The river's flow has been managed for over 50 years for flood control, hydroelectric production, municipal supply and reservoir...
    • The Impact of Climate Change on Diseases of Fish

    • Videography; fish management; Webinar; fishes; conservation science; climate change; fish health; conservation science
    • Conservation Science Webinar Series - Presented by Dr. James R. Winton, Chief, Fish Health Section, Western Fisheries Research Center, August 2010.
    • Basic Principles of Climate Science

    • videography; education; climate change; science
    • Resource Management Implications of Climate Change Webinar Series. Presented by Christopher Horsch, USFWS. February 2010. - This presentation draws from the work done by others, notably Dr. Richard Wolfson, Middlebury College, the late Dr....
    • DRAFT guidance on selecting species for design of landscape-scale conservation

    • Surrogate species; Species of concern; Conservation science; Conservation; Planning; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Biologists (USFWS); Strategic habitat conservation; Adaptive management; Climate change
    • The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) and its State, Federal, and Tribal government partners are entrusted by law with conserving, protecting, and enhancing fish and wildlife and their habitats for the American people. Together, we work with...

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