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  • Two biologists check on the health of a sedated Louisiana black bear
    Information icon The Service’s David Soileau (right) examines a tranquilized Louisiana Black Bear as part of an effort to study the recovery of the species’ population. Photo by USFWS.

    David Soileau: bringing the Louisiana black bear back from the brink

    March 10, 2016 | 2 minute read

    The Louisiana black bear recovery work of people like biologist/land conservation specialist David Soileau has been so successful that sightings of the species is no longer such an uncommon occurrence.  Learn more...

  • Three small black bear cubs yawning in unison.
    Louisiana black bear cubs. Photo by Brad Young, Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

    Debbie Fuller: working hard at work worth doing

    March 10, 2016 | 2 minute read

    Endangered Species Coordinator Debbie Fuller reflects on the opportunity to work hard at work worth doing: to help the threatened Louisiana black bear population recover.  Learn more...

  • Keith Weaver: from tagging, tracking and naming, he knows the bears of the Tensas River Basin

    March 10, 2016 | 3 minute read

    A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist-turned-project leader recalls efforts throughout his career to recover the Louisiana black bear.  Learn more...

  • Four firefighers pose for a photo in front of a Fish and Wildlife Helicopter with mountains in the background
    The U. S. Fish & Wildlife helicopter and firefighters during the North Fork and Little Queens Fires, Sawtooth National Forest near Atlanta, Idaho. L to R – Reggie Forcine (Okefenokee), Cory Bryant (Okefenokee), Ryan Roche (Lake Wales Ridge, Florida), Paul Ryan, (J.N. “Ding” Darling, Florida).

    Okefenokee firefighters return the favor to western firefighters

    November 6, 2013 | 6 minute read

    After receiving help from firefighters across America to manage fires in 2007 and 2011-2012, firefighters at Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge return the favor by heading west to assist with fires in Idaho, Oregon, California and Washington.  Learn more...

E-Grits

  • A rocky stream bed covered by a canopy of trees.
    Information icon Rocks and boulders line the bottom and banks of this stretch of proctor creek. Photo by Katherine Taylor, USFWS.

    E-Grits

    Where southeast employees get their news E-Grits covers news, notes, and highlights about the conservation work of our employees across the Service’s 10-state Southeast Region.  Learn more...

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