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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 3h
A dehydrated Key deer drinks water provided by at National Key Deer Refuge. Photo by Dan Chapman, USFWS.
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US Fish and Wildlife 20h
No. Key deer are a federally protected species under the Endangered Species Act.
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NASA 21h
caused catastrophic flooding & left heavy rainfall in Puerto Rico, as measured by satellites:
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USFWS Director Sep 21
Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of . responders are on the way to help with recovery.
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US Fish and Wildlife Sep 21
Our thoughts and hearts are with Puerto Rico.
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South Florida FWS Sep 21
USFWS is providing fresh water stations for wildlife on Nat'l Key Deer Refuge due 2 increased salinity of fresh water there because of Irma
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US Fish and Wildlife Sep 20
A thirsty deer drinks water provided by USFWS at National Key Deer Refuge on Big Pine Key.
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US Fish and Wildlife Sep 20
“At this time there appears to be enough forage, please do not feed wildlife including Key deer."
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US Fish and Wildlife Sep 20
The public in the Keys is welcomed to provide fresh water for wildlife on their property until conditions improve.
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US Fish and Wildlife Sep 20
. staff and partners will be providing supplemental fresh water stations for wildlife on the refuge.
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US Fish and Wildlife Sep 20
In the aftermath of salinity levels in fresh water are higher than acceptable for most wildlife species.
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US Fish and Wildlife Sep 19
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US Fish and Wildlife Sep 19
If you are in Puerto Rico please do everything you can to get yourself to a safe space.
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US Fish and Wildlife Sep 19
Puerto Rico, still staggering from Hurricane , is now likely to get knocked down by Hurricane .
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MyFWC Sep 19
ICYMI: Our biologists have been responding to many reports of stranded caused by !
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Tanya Martínez Sep 18
For the 2nd time in 2 weeks we've had to move all 175 parrots from the Aviary to the hurricane shelter. approaches as a category 5
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US Fish and Wildlife Sep 18
Sometimes the best tool for a job is a large backhoe...ask the USFWS crew @ Okefenokee NWR.
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NHC Atlantic Ops Sep 18
Hurricane Advisory 9A: Maria Continuing to Strengthen.
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US Fish and Wildlife Sep 18
. on a Monday. 's impacts to Florida's delicate ecosystem: Pic: Key Largo woodrat, Clay DeGayner.
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USFWS Fire SE Sep 18
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