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The Rookery at Noxubee Wildlife Refuge By James Martin, Joyce Martin
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Picture over 30,000 birds each year returning to a small island of cypress trees to breed and raise their young. This breeding place-called a rookery- is located in the north end of Bluff Lake at... More > Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, located in central Mississippi. From early spring, when the first flocks arrive, through mid-fall when the last group departs for the winter, the trees and sky are full of birds. Breeders include Cattle Egrets, Snowy Egrets, Great Egrets, Little Blue Herons and White Ibises. This book provides a brief introduction to the rookery and its residents, followed by a pictorial essay of life at the rookery, from arrival to departure.< Less
The Rookery at Noxubee Wildlife Refuge By James Martin, Joyce Martin
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Picture over 30,000 birds each year returning to a small island of cypress trees to breed and raise their young. This breeding place-called a rookery- is located in the north end of Bluff Lake at... More > Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, located in central Mississippi. From early spring, when the first flocks arrive, through mid-fall when the last group departs for the winter, the trees and sky are full of birds. Breeders include Cattle Egrets, Snowy Egrets, Great Egrets, Little Blue Herons and White Ibises. This book provides a brief introduction to the rookery and its residents, followed by a pictorial essay of life at the rookery, from arrival to departure.< Less
Images from Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge By Reed Andariese
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A photo essay showing the wildlife and landscapes of the Lake Woodruff National Wildlife refuge in DeLeon Springs, Florida.
Images from Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge By Reed Andariese
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A photo essay showing the wildlife and landscapes of the Lake Woodruff National Wildlife refuge in DeLeon Springs, Florida.
Images From The Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge By Reed Andariese
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A Photgraphic essay on the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge in Ohio. Featuring 100 pages of color photographs.
Block Island National Wildlife Refuge - Comprehensive Conservation Plan By U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
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The Service, part of the Department of the Interior, manages national wildlife refuges and national fish hatcheries. By law, Congress entrusts the following federal trust resources to the Service for... More > conservation and protection: migratory birds and fish, endangered species, interjurisdictional fish, wetlands, and certain marine mammals. The Service also enforces federal wildlife laws and international treaties on importing and exporting wildlife, assists with state fish and wildlife programs, and helps other countries develop wildlife conservation programs.< Less
Magic of St Marks Wildlife Refuge By Jerry Gorman
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St Marks National Wildlife Refuge hosts a wide variety of wildlife such as American Bald Eagles, Osprey, Great Blue Heron, American Alligator, Green Heron, Northern Harrier, Roseate Spoonbill, Brown... More > Pelicans, Hawks, Otter, Bobcat, Deer, Black Bear, Wood stork, Tricolor Heron, Snowy Heron, Ibis, Shore and Wading Birds, and numerous species of ducks and songbirds for great birding opportunities. The scenic landscapes include the historic lighthouse, abundant waterways, nature trails and beautiful Gulf Coast Sunsets.< Less
Photos of Spring Lake Bottoms and Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge By Jane Garrison Ward
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Photographs of a recent visit to Spring Lake Bottoms and the Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge.
The Red-cockaded Woodpecker at Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge By James Martin, Joyce Martin
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The Red-cockaded woodpecker was once abundant in the southeast. Loss of habitat in the 1900's resulted in plummeting populations, and this woodpecker was declared an endangered species in the... More > 1970's. Today, populations are slowly recovering but are largely restricted to state and federally owned lands where pine trees can reach the maturity required for nesting. One area where this woodpecker can still be found is the Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge in south-central Mississippi. This book is primarily a collection of photographs of this bird taken at the Noxubee NWR with a description of its habitat and life history< Less
The Red-cockaded Woodpecker at Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge By James Martin, Joyce Martin
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The Red-cockaded woodpecker was once abundant in the southeast. Loss of habitat in the 1900's resulted in plummeting populations, and this woodpecker was declared an endangered species in the... More > 1970's. Today, populations are slowly recovering but are largely restricted to state and federally owned lands where pine trees can reach the maturity required for nesting. One area where this woodpecker can still be found is the Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge in south-central Mississippi. This book is primarily a collection of photographs of this bird taken at the Noxubee NWR with a description of its habitat and life history< Less