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Resource Management

Northern flicker - Bill Wallen.

Featherstone national Wildlife Refuge staff manages the refuge’s wetlands, uplands, and shoreline with a variety of inventory, monitoring, and protection methods. Surveys and research efforts occur with the help of partners, volunteers, and refuge staff. The refuge is responsive to threats from non-native species, climatic changes, and outside pressures. Continuing efforts to protect the integrity of the refuge wildlife and habitats and cultural resources is a priority. Management includes limiting access and monitoring. Closures to the public are for the protection of flora, fauna, and resources as well as human health and safety.
Page Photo Credits — Northern flicker - Bill Wallen.
Last Updated: Jun 21, 2013
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