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Landsat: The View at 50 - Archive
The Interior Department and NASA celebrate the 50th anniversary of Landsat
Teddy Roosevelt, the Teddy Bear and the Deep South - Archive
Celebrating the 26th president’s influence on conservation and folklore at and near national wildlife refuges in Mississippi and Louisiana.
Making a Difference for Conservation on Rough Seas - Archive
Shaun Sanchez, deputy chief of the National Wildlife Refuge System, knows he is no seaman. But he still spent nine days on the Research Vessel (R/V) Tiglax.
FWS Anglers Share Their Favorites - Archive
We asked FWS anglers and some partners across the country what their favorite fish to catch is.
Leslie Reynolds Receives Harry Yount Award for Excellence in the Art of Rangering - Archive
Need help? Then you need Leslie Reynolds. Whether the problem is big or small, this quintessential park ranger can handle the call, just as she has done for more than 20 years.
Surrogate Leatherback Sea Turtle - Archive
SCA intern Dana DeSousa at Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge in the U.S. Virgin Islands makes a real difference for an endangered species.
Plovers and Terns: Mutual Tolerance - Archive
Staff at Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Kennebunk, Maine, ward off bird bombardments to count chicks.
The Value of National Parks - Archive
A first-ever study provides a comprehensive economic valuation of America's national parks and the programming provided by the National Park Service.
Steering in the Right Direction for Bats - Archive
A new partnership effort looks to improve conservation for bats.
Going the ‘extended distance’ - Archive
Hoover Dam Police and Fire Brigade members practiced rappelling extended distances using the concrete face of the Hoover Dam.
The Spark That Lights the Future - Archive
Interior refuge enforcement officer Rich Guadagno died when Flight 93 crashed on September 11, 2001. His legacy lives on in students supported by the Richard J. Guadagno SCA Conservation Fellowship.
Kansas Refuge Helps Keep Tabs on Migratory Waterfowl - Archive
Since 1992, Flint Hills National Wildlife Refuge has hosted the Central Flyway Wingbee, a way to keep track of migratory waterfowl species across the nation’s midsection.
Gearing up for the Refugio Oil Spill Anniversary - Archive
Contaminants biologist works to restore California beaches after spill.
Commuting employee unintentionally transforms into highway hero - Archive
Bureau of Reclamation employee Ronald L. Thomas, Jr. lept into action to assist an accident victim.
California Condor Egg Hatches on Camera - Archive
A California condor egg hatched in the wild Monday,and a livestreaming video caught it.
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