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Old Faithful webcam is one of several
webcams available in National Parks.
DOI Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fish, Wildlife and Parks David P. Smith took part in Tuesday's turkey release.
to Wild Turkey Restoration
Alexandria, VA -- A senior Interior Department official responsible for fish and wildlife issues took part in the release of a wild turkey at an educational event sponsored by the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF).
David P. Smith, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, helped celebrate the success of the nation's wild turkey restoration efforts at the Thanksgiving season event. Interior works in partnership with NWTF and other sportsmen's groups to improve habitat for fish and wildlife and promote opportunities for hunting and fishing across the nation.
Reclamation Commissioner John Keys named Great Plains Regional Director Maryanne Bach as Director
of Research and Development.
NPS is extending an invitation for Americans to visit National Parks during the coming holiday season.
Oil and gas production in the Gulf of Mexico is expected to rise over the coming decade.
Secretary Gale Norton has announced 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.
President George W. Bush has signed into law a measure that will reform American Indian probate rules and will help facilitate the consolidation of Indian land ownership across the nation. Strengthening the Circle Report
Assistant Secretary Rebecca Watson has announced a new policy designed to encourage the development of solar energy resources on America's public lands.
Dr. David R. Anderson, a recently-retired USGS senior scientist, has received the highest honor bestowed by The Wildlife Society -- the 2004 Aldo Leopold Memorial Award and Medal.
OSM has awarded
a major Watershed Cooperative Agreement grant to Garrett County,
Maryland Community Action Committee to address acid-mine drainage in the