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The Wildlife and Habitat Team

Beaver Dam and Pond at Kanuti National Wildlife Refuge in Fairbanks, Alaska. The Wildlife and Habitat Team, chaired by Natural Resources Chief Tom Stewart and Region 2 Refuge Chief Dom Ciccone, has focused on core issues that occupy the Refuge System – the land and resources conserved on behalf of future generations.

The team has looked at the conservation and improvement of marine and estuarine resources, the control and eradication of invasive species, a variety of fire management issues, including the use of prescribed fire where it will benefit Refuge System resources, migratory bird conservation, the means to assure adequate water resources, and assistance in the recovery of endangered and threatened species through habitat management.



Wildlife and Habitat Working Paper   (April 26, 2004)    22 page PDF – 121 KB


Send e-mail regarding this topic to: – WildlifeHabitatTeam@fws.gov



 

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