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Wetlands

First Wild Condor Chick Takes Off

FWS Director S. Williams Hunting in ND, FWS Photo by Ryan Hagerty.
FWS Director S. Williams Hunting in ND, FWS Photo by Ryan Hagerty.
How the Fish and Wildlife Service is Working with Hunters and Anglers


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Walk a Mile in My Boots
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Interview #1 WAMB Background - MP3 1.93 MB
Interview # 2 with FWS Director Williams - MP3, 2.35 MB


2004 Duck Stamp Winner Announced
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United States Reauthorizes North American Waterfowl Management Plan News Release
FWS Cooperative Conservation News
Landowners Receive Over $7 Million Under Private Stewardship Grant Program
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California Condor, credit USFWS The first wild-born condor chick to fly in California in 22 years officially fledged Nov. 4 when it took a 150-foot flight. It first left its nest in early September, perching 20-50 feet below the nest cave where it hatched April 9 near the Hopper Mountain NWR, CA.
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California Condor, credit USFWS

WATERSHEDS: Where the Atmosphere Meets the Earth

USFWS Chesapeake Bay Field Office logo.The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Chesapeake Bay Field Office has teamed up with NBC4 to disperse environmental information via interactive web activities and TV weather broadcasts. WATERSHEDS: Where the Atmosphere Meets the Earth was created by the National Environmental Education and Training Foundation to increase public awareness about basic environmental concepts and challenges. As part of our developing partnership, StormCenter Communications and NBC4 in Washington, D.C. are hosting an interactive website for the established partners.
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Chesapeake Bay Field Office

Interior Secretary Announces Coastal Wetland Grants to Protect Wildlife and Habitat in 10 States

NWR, credit USFWSNWR, credit USFWSSecretary of the Interior Gale Norton announced today that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will award more than $13 million in grants to 10 states to conserve, restore and protect coastal wetlands. States awarded grants for fiscal year 2005 under the National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program are Alaska, Georgia, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, North Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.
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Conserving the
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100th Meridian Initiative

Coast-to-coast recreational opportunities


DVD Tour of National Wildlife Refuges Now Available

Image of the "America's Wildlest Places" DVD coverFrom the wilderness of Alaska's Kenai peninsula to the deep tropical forests of the Caribbean, "America's Wildest Places" takes you on an armchair tour of the gems of the National Wildlife Refuge System, where wildlife comes first. Our country's wildlife refuges are now yours with volume one in the series, "America's Wildest Places/A Video Tour of Eight National Wildlife Refuges."
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