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Monarch Conservation Brick by Brick - Archive
Monarch butterflies have lots of support, even from a Lego artist.
An intern at Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuge Complex, shares her experiences wrangling crocodiles - Archive
Open Spaces is featuring monthly posts by Student Conservation Association(SCA) interns working to promote, protect and study wildlife on public lands all over the United States.
Bombay Hook Refuge Graces U.S. Quarter - Archive
The U.S. Mint is launching a quarter honoring FWS' Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge.
Web Reads: Bureau of Land Management Tumblr Lists the Top 15 “Wild Facts” About BLM Wilderness and Wilderness Study Areas - Archive
Learn more about BLM's public outreach by checking out the Top 15 “Wild Facts” about BLM Wilderness and Wilderness Study Areas on this month's #Conservationlands15 social media takeover.
A Winter Walk - Archive
Fishery biologist Dan Magneson, assistant hatchery manager at Quilcene National Fish Hatchery in Washington, recalls a cool, and quiet, experience.
Three Cheers for the Amazing Asian Vulture - Archive
September 5 is International Vulture Awareness Day, and today we celebrate the Asian vulture species, which are struggling.
Live-streaming Cameras Connect People to Rare California Condors Nesting in the Wild - Archive
People around the world have the unprecedented opportunity to observe nesting California condors and their young chicks in real time via the live-streaming webcams.
Elephants Over Ivory: Crushing the Illegal Ivory Market - Archive
Ivory belongs to elephants and elephants only. With very few exceptions, like antiques, ivory that is not attached to a living, breathing elephant should have zero value to everyone. The fundamental reason elephants are being slaughtered is because people are buying ivory. If we stop the demand, we stop the slaughter and prevent the extinction of a magnificent species.
Growing Up Outdoors - Archive
Fishery Biologist Dan Magneson remembers his youth.
A Week of Triumph and Tragedy - Archive
FWS Director blogs on how “even as we took a giant step forward in New York [with the Ivory Crush], terrible news was filtering out of Africa.”
Working to Support Wildlife and Harbor Development in Savannah - Archive
FWS biologists are working with partners to take measures to offset the adverse environmental impacts of a harbor expansion project.
FWS Shapes Vision of a Career in Conservation - Archive
Student Conservation Association intern Sarika Khanwilkar is having “an unforgettable experience” at Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge in Florida.
Raising Monarchs with the Next Generation - Archive
Meet 4- year-old Avery, she’s been interested in monarch butterflies since she was 2 and has been raising them for half her life.
dotGov Notes: Journeys Across America on our Path to Citizenship - Archive
After spending years thumbing through old guidebooks of Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon and other American treasures, we yearned to meet our new country first-hand.
Second Ivory Crush on Friday in NYC - Archive
Fresh off a trip to Gabon that strengthened his resolve to fight poaching illegal wildlife trade, FWS Director Dan Ashe announces a second Ivory Crush.
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