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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 14h
Rest in peace . ♥️♥️♥️
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Audubon Society Jun 19
Have you ever wanted to capture bird songs and calls? Check out our guide to help you get started.
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 18
. and are working to expand python removal efforts. As an invasive species Burmese pythons pose a significant threat to the Everglades ecosystem.
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 15
First they catch the critters then they microscope them. 🔬
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 15
A moment of for your Friday morning.
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 15
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 15
We’re coming to you live from the Steve & Marjorie Harvey Foundation event at The Rock Ranch in Georgia. Stay tuned!
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 14
Camp Blanding receives the 2018 Military Conservation Partner Award! They've undertaken a variety of conservation measures to help keep the gopher tortoise, striped newt & 20 other animals and plants from being federally listed.
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USFWS Fisheries May 31
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and conservation partners are monitoring rare sicklefin redhorse populations in the Little Tennessee and Hiwassee River Systems in North Carolina and Georgia.
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 13
Too cute!
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Beth Joyner Waldron Jun 11
That stern look when a photographer interrupts your bath. Alligator River NWR, a large male black bear takes a dip in a pocosin canal to rid himself of horseflies.
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US Department of the Interior Jun 13
Why you shouldn't release balloons:
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 13
Hatching more than fish: Fish hatcheries help raise a variety of rare species
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 11
More than 100 participants gathered at in April to experience the third Annual Trout Trot 5K.
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N.C. Wildlife Jun 10
Fawning season is in full swing in North Carolina. If you come upon a fawn that appears to be orphaned, make sure not to approach, touch or remove it. A fawn's best chance at survival is simply to be left alone. More info here:
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 7
Keeping our natural resources intact is essential for enjoying outdoor activities like fishing & boating. Teamwork is creating a bit of angler paradise in the shadow of Atlanta. …/articl…/the-remaking-of-raccoon-creek/
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 7
Have a smartphone? Interested in being a citizen scientist? Photo by Corey Douglas, roseate spoonbill.
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 6
We're asking for your help! This week the main water line to the Chattahoochee Forest National Fish Hatchery was cut off, killing about 52,000 trout worth $62,000. The hatchery’s friends group is offering a $1,500 reward for info leading to the arrest.
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US Fish and Wildlife Jun 5
Sam Shine’s 6,200-acre donation to a Florida wildlife refuge is just the latest in a life dedicated to conservation.
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