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I'm Katherine and I tweet for USFWS in the southeast, covering states AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, and the Caribbean. @ me wildlife news or Qs!
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 21
An unprecedented coalition forges a plan to save one of the most crucial animals in the pine ecosystem:
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Refuge Association Jun 26
. Biologist Erin Myers empowered youth conservation leaders on a tour at Florida Panther NWR in Florida. TY so much Erin!
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 20
"We don't inherit the Earth from our ancestors we borrow it from our children." Pic: G. Peeples, USFWS
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N.C. Wildlife Jul 20
Protect your waters.
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 20
Replying to @hooliamonk @USFWS
Thank you for the shout out and for following us!
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 20
Throwback to that time an alligator took a deer to lunch in Georgia.
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 18
White-nose syndrome is a disease affecting hibernating & has decimated populations across the U.S.
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 18
We're using almost $300,000 to help by combating white-nose syndrome in the Southeast! Pic: Gabrielle Graeter
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South Florida FWS Jul 18
Eastern Indigo Snakes released into wild, decade-long species recovery ahead
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N.C. Wildlife Jul 18
"Sorry I missed your call, I was on the other line..."
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 17
"...Today will help ensure that future generations can see this beautiful snake in the wild." - Cindy Dohner, USFWS
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 17
Yesterday was but today we've got big news for the threatened eastern indigo snake... Pic:
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NatureConservancyFL Jul 17
Thanks to incredible partners, threatened eastern indigo snake reintroduction marks habitat restoration success. 🐍
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 14
A gem for and alike: Pic: Eastern indigo snake, Richard Dowling
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 14
Gater: 1 Wild hog: 0
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 13
. working to help :
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 13
70 acres of @ the Forks of the River draws thousands of visitors each year & provides food for critters.
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 13
Altamaha River is a biodiverse playground for West Indian , piping plovers& gopher tortoises.
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US Fish and Wildlife Jul 13
Conserving : The Altamaha River meanders 137 mi. through the wild heart of GA.
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