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PHOTO: Boarding up the Kettle Pond Visitor Center at Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, 2012. Credit: USFWS

Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuges repair damage to coastal units

PHOTO: Replenishing thousands of tons of sand that was washed away during Hurricane Sandy will assure that annually returning horseshoe crabs have a place to spawn. Credit: Gregory Breese/USFWS

Delaware Bay beach restorations continue until horseshoe crabs arrive

PHOTO: Specialized earth-movers deposit thousands of tons of sand at Kimbles Beach on New Jersey’s Delaware Bay.  Credit: Eric Schrading/USFWS

Service leads effort to restore New Jersey beaches impacted by Hurricane Sandy

PHOTO: A tree blown down by the storm falls on electrical power lines at the refuge. Credit: David Sagan/USFWS

Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge plans for future storms

PHOTO: At Connecticut’s Falkner Island, an important nesting area for endangered Roseate terns and other species, a dock will be rebuilt after sustaining damage from Hurricane Sandy to restore access to visitors and refuge staff. Credit: Greg Thompson/USFWS

Dock rebuild scheduled for Connecticut’s Falkner Island


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