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From report Menge Creek Fish Passage Restoration

Menge Creek located in the State of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, is a high quality cold water trout stream that flows north into Lake Superior’s Keweenaw Bay. The undersized and perched culverts were replaced with a clear span bridge and this on-the-ground action has made available over 8 miles of stream habitat for native fish.
From report How We Have Been Taking the Visitor Center to the Trails
How Assabet River took the Visitor Center to the trails

How Assabet River took the Visitor Center to the trails
From report PACIFIC SOUTHWEST REGION: California Condors Rediscover Blue Ridge National Wildlife Refuge
California Condors Rediscover Blue Ridge National Wildlife Refuge

California Condors Rediscover Blue Ridge National Wildlife Refuge
From report BITTER CREEK NWR: Botanical Walk and the Discovery of a New Population of Federally Endangered Kern Mallow (Eremalche parryi subsp. kernensis)
New population of the endangered Kern Mallow discovered at Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge, Kern County.

New population of the endangered Kern Mallow (Eremalche parryi subsp. kernensis) discovered at Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge, Kern County.
From report HOPPER MOUNTAIN NWRC:  After Nearly Six Months Flying Free, Condor AC-4 Completes Health Check With Low Lead Level

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From report Removing Barriers in the Marengo River in a Watershed Effort to Restore Cold Water Fisheries

Two recently completed projects support the Marengo Watershed Action Plan’s goal of barrier removal through restoration of two high priority sites on tributaries to the Marengo River. The former barriers prevented movement of brook trout and other aquatic organisms, fragmenting habitat and limiting access to upstream spawning, rearing and feeding habitats.
From report Back on the Mississippi

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From report HUMBOLDT BAY NWR: Living Coastline Project Will Restore Tidal Salt Marsh at Humboldt Bay 
Barely 10 percent of original salt marsh remains around Humboldt Bay. Learn about our project to restore this habitat

Over the course of the last century, salt marshes have virtually vanished from Humboldt Bay. Today, barely 10 percent of original salt marsh remains. A project at Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge hopes to restore some of this habitat which is so vital to the ecosystem and food web.
From report Parker River National Wildlife Refuge Participates in Fishing Show


From report 2016 Eagle Festival Held at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge

The Merrimack River Eagle Festival was held on March 5 2016.The event,a partnership between MA Audubon and Parker River NWR, was held at Parker River NWR Visitor Center and Joppa Flats Education Center (MA Audubon). Overall, about 1500 people attended the event which included live bird presentations, activities for kids,and wildlife viewing stations along the Merrimack River and refuge.
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