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A woman aims a camera directly into the lens of the camera taking her photo. She is standing in front of a picturesque lake, backdropped by snow-covered mountains. The woman is wearing a brown, broad-brimmed, high-crowned ranger hat bearing the words US Fish and Wildlife.

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An adult Bald eagle perches on a fence post in front of an autumn landscape, an orange tree in the background takes up the left half of the frame behind the bird and blue mountains take up the right half, the two halves combining to look like the picture is half orange, half blue. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Modoc National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Alturas, California written to the right.

Bald Eagle at Modoc National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by USFWS

Vibrant purple flowers with white and purple petals dominate the bottom half of the frame, interspersed with lush green grass and backdropped by green trees. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Ellicott Slough National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Watsonville, California written to the right.

Lupine at Ellicott Slough National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by USFWS

A grey-black lizard sunbathes on a grey piece of wood. The background is blurred out, but is mostly beige with a vibrant green in the bottom-left. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Amargosa Valley, Nevada written to the right.

Chuckwalla Lizard at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by USFWS

A grey seal with a dark grey head and a light grey belly lies on a white sandy beach in front of stunning blue water. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Hawai'i written to the right.

Endangered Hawaiian monk seal at Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument. Photo: Andy Collins NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries

A fish pictured against a white background. The fish is mostly yellow, with yellow fins and belly, a reddish back and the body near the tail is closer to grey-white. The fish has a round hump behind its head. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Gavins Point National Fish Hatchery written to the left and Yankton, South Dakota written to the right.

Endangered Razorback sucker at Gavins Point National Fish Hatchery. Photo by by Sam Stukel, USFWS

A Black-footed ferret looks to the left of the camera, its head is on the right side of the frame and the picture is centered on its body. The ferret has the standard white and black fur. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Commerce City, Colorado written to the right.

Endangered Black-footed rerret at Rocky Mountain Aresenal National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by Elisa Dahlberg, USFWS

A bright pink bird - which is a Spoonbill - that has long legs, large wings with long feathers, and a beige head with a long, flat beak, walks in shallow water. The bird's wings are extended out and at head-level, partially encircling the bird's body inside it's wingspan. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Sanibel, Florida written to the right.

Spoonbill at J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge in Sanibel, Florida. Photo by USFWS

An Anhinga bird perches on leafy green foliage. The bird's body is a stunning pattern of black and white feathers, and it's neck is long and black. The bird's head is even more narrow than it's head, and it's beak is long, narrow, and comes to a sharp point. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Sanibel, Florida written to the right.

Anhinga at J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge in Sanibel, Florida. Photo by USFWS

An Osprey bird perches on sticks and branches. The bird appears very fluffy, with soft-looking white feathers on it's chest, brown feathers on it's back, and a fluffy head that is mostly white with some brown coloring. The bird's peak is black and curves downward into a sharp point. The bird's eyes are yellow. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Sanibel, Florida written to the right.

Osprey at J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge in Sanibel, Florida. Photo by by USFWS

A meadow of purple flowers amdist green grasses, beneath a partially-cloudy sky. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Tappen, North Dakota written to the right

Field of prairie phlox at Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge in North Dakokta. Photo by Ryan Moehring, USFWS

A yellow goldfinch with black-wings and head perches on a green branch, in front of a blurred-out background of green grass and tree branches. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Golden, Colorado written to the right

American goldfinch at Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge in Colorado. Photo by Mike Mauro, USFWS

An image of snow-covered mountains, witout about three peaks visible. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with National Elk Refuge written to the left and Jackson, Wyoming written to the right

Teton Mountain Range at the National Elk Refuge in Wyoming. Photo by Katie Theule, USFWS

A large flock of geese in mid-flight covers the shot; in the top-left corner, the birds are so many that nothing is visible behind and in the bottom-right corner, some brown grass is visible around some birds. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Vernalis, California to the right

Snow geese and Aleutian geese at San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by Steve Martarano

A wide-angle shot of a body of water, reflecting a blue sky with white clouds, bordered by bright green grass and backdropped by a low mountain range. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Fallon, Nevada to the right

Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by Marie Nguyen

A Black-tailed jackrabbit among dry, brown grass. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with San Luis National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Los Banos, California to the right

Black-tailed jackrabbit at San Luis National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by Steve Martarano

A wide-angle shot of a blue sky over blue water weaving through islands of green forests. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Thomson, Illinois to the right

Bottomland forest at Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge. Photo by Brandon Jones, USFWS

A wide-angle shot of a body of water, reflecting a blue sky with white clouds. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Horicon National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Mayville, Wisconsin to the right

Horicon National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by Courtney Celley, USFWS

A waterfall wuth multiple falls pouring into a body of water. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Manabezho Falls written to the left and Wakefield Township, Michigan to the right

Manabezho Falls on the Presque Isle River, Michigan. Photo by Bobbie Halchishak, USFWS

The sun sets on a body of water, casting the sky in a pink hue. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Genoa National Fish Hatchery written to the left and Genoa, Wisconsin to the right.

August sunset at Genoa National Fish Hatchery. Photo by Katie Steiger-Meister, USFWS

A blue body of water next to a strip of land. A small black cloud of birds is seen over the water. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Prairie Potholes written to the left and North Dakota to the right

Red-winged Blackbirds on the horizon. Photo by Chuck Traxler, USFWS

A walrus looks to its left, showing its tusks in full. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Round Island written to the left and Point Lay, Alaska to the right

Photo by Joel Garlich-Miller, USFWS

A brown bear looks to the right over a river. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Kodiak, Alaska to the right

Kodiak brown bear at Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. Photo Credit: Lisa Hupp, USFWS

A red fox looks to the right, backdropped by a green landscape that has been artistically blurred. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Kodiak, Alaska to the right

Red fox at Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. Photo Credit: Lisa Hupp, USFWS

A bald eagle looks slightly to the left of the lens, against a bright blue sky. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Kodiak, Alaska to the right

Bald eagle at Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. Photo Credit: Lisa Hupp, USFWS

Pink flowers with bright green foliage is set against a bright blue sky. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Long Lake National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Moffit, North Dakota to the right

Prairie smoke on native prairie. Photo Credit: Rick Bohn

A wide-angle landscape shot of a golden brown landscape, with a big fluffy white cloud surrounded by a blue sky. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Green River, Wyoming to the right

Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge. Photo Credit: Tom Koerner, USFWS

A moose with large, healthy antlers looks up to the right. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Green River, Wyoming to the right

Moose at Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge. Photo Credit: Tom Koerner, USFWS

A herd of bison, backdropped by mountains. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with National Bison Range written to the left and Charlo, Montana to the right

Bison on the National Bison Range in Montana. USFWS

A vibrant sunset over a body of water; the sunset casts the sky and water in vivid pink and red hues. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Ninepipe National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Charlo, Montana to the right

Ninepipe National Wildlife Refuge. Photo Credit: Dave Fitzpatrick, USFWS

Bright pink flowers with five pointed petals. The FWS logo appears at the top-middle, with Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge written to the left and Green River Wyoming to the right

Showy Milkweed (Asclepias speciosa) on Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge. Photo Credit: Tom Koerner, USFWS


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Last modified: February 01, 2021
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