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The National Wildlife Refuge System is the world's premier system of public lands and waters set aside to conserve America's fish, wildlife and plants.
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Tamarac Wildlife Refuge and Detroit Lakes Wetland Management District in MN to host count this month: /Courtney Celley, USFWS
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Des Lacs, Upper Souris and J. Clark Salyer National will all host Christmas Bird Counts later this month: /J. Kelly, USFWS
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Big Oaks , IN, will hold its Christmas Bird Count Dec. 21.
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The “Trout in the Classroom” Program is an “eggs-ellent” way to sow the seeds of aquatic resource stewardship in youth from the Northwood’s of Wisconsin. Nearly 900 students between three schools raise lake trout eggs in their classrooms. Mallory Mackey
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Many host Christmas Bird Counts. Eg/ Rydell and Glacial Ridge Refuges will host one on Dec. 19 -- their 5th consecutive year.
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RT : Last full moon of the decade rising over the Cape May National Two Mile Beach Unit
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It’s one of the country’s longest-running citizen science efforts. And it’s coming to a site near you between Dec 14 & Jan 5. Join in. The 120th Christmas Bird Count. /Camilla Cerea
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USFWS Fisheries Dec 11
It looks like there are plenty of northern snakeheads living in the waters of Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in Maryland. This video catalogs the changes in fish diversity resulting from the introduction of these aquatic invasive fish. Ryan Hagerty
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USFWS Alaska Dec 11
Tiny crowned songbird Smaller than a chickadee Flits among the trees A golden-crowned kinglet, Kenai National 📷 USFWS/Colin Canterbury
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US Department of the Interior Dec 11
Bighorn sheep address their issues head-on. When horns meet, the resounding crash echoes through the valley at the National Elk Refuge. Pic by Adam Jewell ()
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Raise your hand if you're excited 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️
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US Fish and Wildlife Dec 11
Have your binoculars all ready? The Audubon Society’s Christmas Bird Count starts December 14 and runs through January 5. It’s a great excuse to get outdoors, help birds and practice citizen science. Photo of tufted titmouse by Bill Thompson/USFWS
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Winter brings special beauty and outdoor fun to national wildlife refuges in the North.
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Jim Olsen Photography Dec 10
"Come on mister...Take just one step outside that car...I 'double dog dare you'...just one step..." At Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge today
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US Fish and Wildlife Dec 10
! This ecosystem is the largest interconnected habitat type in America and hosts over 350 wildlife species, including the greater sage-grouse. What is the name of this ecosystem? Photo: A. Sagebrush B. Montane C. Desert
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USFWS Alaska Dec 10
Celebrating 30 years of the North American Wetlands Conservation Act and 30+ million wetland acres conserved! 📷 @USFWS/Kristine Sowl Izembek National wetlands
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Lisa Dec 6
Northern Shovelers often swim in tight circles to create whirlpools and stir up food, which they filter through their bills. Video taken at Blackwater NWR this week.
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USFWS Pacific Region Dec 3
Wait. For. It. Ahhh the miracle of life!! 🥚🐣 On Midway Atoll Laysan albatross are beginning to lay their eggs!!! For the next 2 months, the parents take turns sitting on the egg & foraging for food. Hang in there!! 🎥 Joey Latshta [Video of an albatross laying an egg.]
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