Friends of Brazoria Wildlife Refuges and the Texas Master Naturalist Program - Cradle of Texas Chapter bring a little
Friends of Brazoria Wildlife Refuges and the Texas Master Naturalist Program - Cradle of Texas Chapter bring a little "wild" to the banks of Buffalo Bayou in Houston, Texas, during their annual KBR Kids Day Celebration. Credit: Pete Romfh

With Monarch Butterflies, Service and Partners Hope to Replicate Success of Bald Eagle Recovery

May 05, 2015
The road to saving the monarch is long, winding, even hilly and fully of roadblocks. But working together with conservation partners, battalions of schoolteachers, children and community leaders, success awaits.
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Cameron Teller of Seattle, Washington, captured this moment at Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Courtesy of Share the Experience
Cameron Teller of Seattle, Washington, captured this moment at Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Courtesy of Share the Experience

Arctic Refuge Polar Bears Featured on 2016 Federal Recreational Lands Pass

April 30, 2015
A photo of a polar bear and her cub at Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska won the National Park Foundation's annual Share the Experience photo contest, which ask amateur photographers to submit their favorite views, moments and adventures in America's national parks, refuges and other public lands. Cameron Teller's winning picture will appear on the 2016 Federal Recreational Lands Pass.
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The long-billed curlew is one of many species to benefit from a NAWCA grant. Credit: Robert Burton
The long-billed curlew is one of many species to benefit from a NAWCA grant. Credit: Robert Burton

Commission Approves $58 Million to Protect Waterfowl, Other Bird Species in North America

April 28, 2015
The Migratory Bird Conservation Commission today approved $58 million in funding for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and its partners to purchase, lease or otherwise conserve more than 200,000 acres of wetland and associated upland habitats for waterfowl, shorebirds and other birds across North America.
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