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KODIAK: Hook’em While They're Young – Salmon Camp connects youth with nature and the FWS.
To hear more from Kodiak Refuge Youth Leaders, check out the video created by Leila Pyle. Leila, 19 years of age is a former camper - turned Youth Leader –High School Youth Conservation Corp member - and then seasonal refuge Park Ranger.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P04UPHEeIsc

SACRAMENTO NWRC: Drumheller Slough Fire Leads to Unique Partnership
refuge website
http://www.fws.gov/refuge/Sacramento_River/
VENTURA FWO: Saving Sensitive Amphibians in Santa Cruz County

Wetland enhancement at Ellicott Slough NWR
https://www.flickr.com/photos/usfws_pacificsw/sets/72157648054921281/

Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Presents the SETAC North America 2014 Government Service Award to Dr. Lisa Williams, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

http://www.setac.org/?page=Awards2014
KODIAK: Nearshore Marine Bird Surveys Provide Snapshot of Population Productivity. 

Photos from the August 2014 Nearshore Marine Bird Survey on Kodiak
https://www.flickr.com/photos/robin_corcoran/sets/72157647540128788/

KODIAK: Outhouses Lead to Youth Empowerment?
Check out Leila's short video, The Real Meaning of Girl Power, which highlights outhouse empowerment and the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge youth programs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mor9rdbRUVo

Continued Improvements of Communication Towers in Missouri
Link to 2014 accomplishement report
http://www.fws.gov/FieldNotes/regmap.cfm?framesFlag=0&arskey=33144&callingKey=executive_summary&callingValue=communication towers
Large Carnivore Workshop in Chicago Wilderness
1) Coverage of workshop by Fox News Chicago, 2) On air interview with workshop coordinators, including FWS' Mike Redmer at Chicago NPR staion WBEZ, recorded Sept 30, 2014, with accompanying story.
http://www.myfoxchicago.com/story/26631792/more-carnivores-expected-to-move-into-the-midwest-experts-say https://soundcloud.com/wbez-worldview/ecomyths-wild-predators-belong-anywhere-but-here
Cypress Creek National Wildlife Refuge Installs Bark for Bats
Cypress Creek National Wildlife Refuge Wildlife and Habitat
http://www.fws.gov/Refuge/Cypress_Creek/wildlife_and_habitat/index.html
Connecting Chicagoans to Birding and Conservation
For more information on Wild Indigo Nature Explorations and the Forest Preserves of Cook County, please see
http://www.fws.gov/refuges/vision/pdfs/ForestPreservesCookCtyUWRPFact.pdf
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