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    • Aleutian Cacklling Goose Capture and Translocation,1978 - 1991 (Album)

    • AMNWR; Alaska Maritime Wildlife Refuge; Endangered species; Aleutian Cackling Goose; Aleutian Canada Goose; Biological research; Buldir Island; Aleutian Islands; Employees (USFWS)
    • AMNWR biologists worked over an extended period to recover the population of aleutian Cackling goose from endangered to its delisting in 2001. This album pictures the landscape, some of the hardships and activities of these hardy biologists
    • Black-footed ferret recovery plan

    • Document; Planning; Recovered; Prairies; Mammals;
    • The Black-footed Ferret Recovery Plan outlines steps for recovery of the black-footed ferret throughout its historical range.
    • Brown Noddy nesting

    • Birds; Coastal environments; Islands;
    • Brown Noddy nesting. Brown noddies are medium sized, dark, brown birds. Adults have ashy-white forehead and crown sharply demarcated from black lores, merging evenly into gray nape. They have a long, narrow, wedged-shaped tail and legs and feet are...
    • Brown Noddy on Laysan beach

    • Adults; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; Research; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Bird banding; Endangered species;
    • Flock of Brown Noddy on Laysan beach with ship in background. Brown Noddies are medium sized, dark, brown birds. Adults have ashy-white forehead and crown sharply demarcated from black lores, merging evenly into gray nape. They have a long, narrow,...
    • Brown Noddy perched on a piece of wood

    • Adults; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; Research; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Bird banding; Endangered species;
    • Brown Noddy perched on a piece of wood. Brown noddies are medium sized, dark, brown birds. Adults have ashy-white forehead and crown sharply demarcated from black lores, merging evenly into gray nape. They have a long, narrow, wedged-shaped tail...
    • Conserving borderline species

    • Endangered species; International affairs; Partnerships; Wildlife management; Wildlife restoration;
    • This is an overview of what Canada and the United States are doing together in order to help protect species the two countries deem as endangered. A description of the background of this partnership is given, followed by ten examples of individual...
    • Greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus)

    • Birds; Endangered species; Threatened species; Relocation; Habitat restoration; Partnerships; Military
    • The greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) was first described by Lewis and Clark in 1805. Its original territory spanned over a dozen states throughout the western region of the United States. Currently, greater sagegrouse occur in...
    • Guy Willey oral history transcript

    • History; Biography; Personnel; Wildlife refuges; Law enforcement;
    • Guy Willey oral history interview with Mark Madison. A person identified only as "Mike" is also present, as an interviewer.
    • Hawaiian monk seal

    • Islands; Endangered species; Coastal environments;
    • Endemic to the Hawaiian archepelago and found mostly in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (Nihoa Island to Kure Atoll). Increasing sightings reported from main Hawaiian Islands (Island of Hawaii to Niihau). These atolls and islands are very remote...
    • Laysan Island sign with Magnificent Frigatebird

    • Adults; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; Research; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Bird banding; Endangered species;
    • Magnificent Frigatebird sitting on top of a Laysan Island sign. Until 2011, the Nihoa Millerbird was found only on Nihoa Island. Today, it thrives on Laysan Island due to translocation efforts by the USFWS and American Bird Conservancy. Nihoa...
    • Monk Seal on Laysan Beach

    • Adults; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; Research; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Bird banding; Endangered species;
    • Monk Seal on Laysan Beach. An adult monk seal is usually dark gray or brown with a light gray or yellow belly. Adults can weigh anywhere from 375 to 500 pounds; adult females are generally larger than males. Pups are jet black and usually weigh 25...
    • Nihoa Island

    • Adults; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; Research; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Bird banding; Endangered species;
    • Nihoa Island from ship. Nihoa Island is the largest volcanic island in the Northwestern Hawaiian chain, with an area of about 170 acres of land. Nihoa Millerbird Translocation
    • Nihoa Island from ship

    • Adults; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; Research; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Bird banding; Endangered species;
    • Nihoa Island from ship. The Nihoa Millerbird is a tiny land bird that was discovered on the island of Nihoa in 1923. Another subspecies once occurred on Laysan Island, where it went extinct in the early 20th century after the island was devegetated...
    • Nihoa Island from ship

    • Adults; Birds; Coastal environments; Islands; Research; Scientific personnel (USFWS); Bird banding; Endangered species;
    • Nihoa Island from ship. The Nihoa Millerbird is a tiny land bird that was discovered on the island of Nihoa in 1923. Another subspecies once occurred on Laysan Island, where it went extinct in the early 20th century after the island was devegetated...

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