A Talk on the Wild Side.
By Brynn Walling, USFWS
This week, we're bringing you more great images and success stories.
And don't forget to check out this interactive map, which allows you to keep up with plants and wildlife in your neck of the woods. Also, visit our 40th anniversary page to track all of our great success stories throughout the year.
U.S. Breeding Population of Wood Storks: Back from the Edge
A low-flying wood stork at Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge in Florida.
(Photo: Tom MacKenzie/USFWS)
A Strong Partnership Protects Interior Least Terns and Piping Plovers
A piping plover with identifying colored leg bands help biologists gain valuable information.
(Photo: Mary Bomberger Brown)
Putting mussels on the path to recovery in North Carolina
Service biologist John Fridell uses a clear bottomed viewer to search for Appalachian elktoes in Tuckasegee River. (Photo: Gary Peeples/USFWS)
The Oregon Chub Makes Its Way Upstream Towards Recovery
Oregon chub. (Photo: USFWS)