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Working Together to Conserve and Restore Big Horn Sheep
The Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho Restores Bighorn Sheep and their Habitat Along the Main Stem of the Salmon River
Posted on: October 19, 2010

Bighorn Sheep



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Albatross, a Bird of Legend and Extremes

The albatross, is a bird of legend and extremes. This group of birds boasts the species with the longest wingspan at over 11 feet and is one of the greatest long distance wanderers in the world. A breeding albatross can fly more than 10,000 miles to deliver a single meal to its chick and a fledgling wandering albatross will fly over 110,000 miles in its first year alone. Learn more about what the Pacific Region is doing to monitor albatross.

2 juvenile blackfooted albatross bonding by practicing courtship dances on Sand Island, Midway Atoll NWR Elizabeth Patte, Volunteer

2 juvenile laysan albatross bonding practicing courtship dances on Sand Island, Midway Atoll NWR Elizabeth Patte, Volunteer.



Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge horse gather

Paul Steblein, the refuge manager, describes gather operations to several horse advocate observers. Feral horse and burro population control is critical at Sheldon to enable the National Wildlife Refuge to meet its mission of providing for the conservation of pronghorn antelope and other native plants and animals. 11min. photo credit - Amy Gaskill

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A History of southeastern Oregon and Malheur National Wildlife Refuge

Malheur National Wildlife Refuge archeologist, Carla Burnside, shares the prehistory and history of southeastern Oregon . 22min. photo credit - Roberta Guarino song credit: Soaring by Liz Dawson for FWS Centennial CD entitled Songs of the System

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