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Tag: National Fish Hatchery System

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  • A small spotted frog in a petri dish with wet vegetation.
    Information icon Warm Springs National Fish Hatchery has been raising gopher frogs for three years, a departure from its traditional responsibilities of propagating fish. Photo by USFWS.

    A good year at the hatcheries

    February 5, 2020 | 5 minute read

    The results are in from another year of propagating snakes and birds and tortoises. The verdict? Allan Brown, help us out. “Good,” said Brown, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (Service) Assistant Regional Director of Fish and Aquatic Conservation. “Actually, better than that. It was great.” Brown oversees a Service office that increasingly focuses on more than just fish. Hatcheries across the region are raising an array of creatures — indigo snakes, Florida grasshopper sparrows and mussels of various stripes, to name a few — in addition to taking care of traditional duties: propagating fish.  Learn more...

  • Small pink birds with rounded bills wade through the shallow water.
    Information icon Roseate spoonbills out in the water. Photo by Corey Douglas.

    iNaturalist BioBlitz offers fun opportunities to citizen scientists throughout Southeast

    May 25, 2018 | 2 minute read

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is sponsoring the iNaturalist 2018 BioBlitz at the 130 national wildlife refuges and 14 fish hatcheries in the Service’s Southeastern Region, encouraging everyone to use the iNaturalist smartphone app to record species and share information on them.  Learn more...

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