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PHOTO: Mike Durfee oversees water-based debris removal at the refuge. Credit: Ryan Hagerty/USFWS

Two hundred tons of debris removed from Forsythe refuge


PHOTO: An important emergency evacuation route that eroded during Hurricane Sandy is restored for residents of coastal North Carolina at Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Greg Owens/USFWS

Five-refuge team restores emergency evacuation route at Virginia’s Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge


PHOTO: Wildlife biologist Robin Donohue of US Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region surveys the debris field at Long Island's Lido Beach Wildlife Management Area. Credit: Tom Sturm/USFWS

Debris cleanup completed at Long Island’s Lido Beach Wildlife Management Area


Hurricane Sandy dumped up to three feet of snow at Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge visitor center was inaccessible after the storm. PHOTO: Richard Zane/USFWS

Inland refuge tells a different Sandy story


PHOTO: The storm surge from Hurricane Sandy left much of Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge under water, including this boat ramp along the Assateague Channel. Credit: J. Fair/USFWS

Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge rebuilds after Hurricane Sandy


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