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Hazardous waste clean-up at Rocky Mountian Arsenal NWR. The area was declared a Superfund site because of pollution from a US Gov’t chemical weapons plant.

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Managers at the Attwater Prairie Chicken NWR must use controlled fire to kill invasive woody species and keep the prairie healthy.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Chemical barges moving through Sabine NWR, a sensitive wetland habitat.

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Chemical barges moving through Sabine NWR, a sensitive wetland habitat.

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Chemical barges moving through Sabine NWR, a sensitive wetland habitat.

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Chemical barges moving through Sabine NWR, a sensitive wetland habitat.

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Development puts tremendous pressure on the San Diego NWR.

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Birds silhouetted on a tree at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico.

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Birds silhouetted on a tree at Bosque del Apache NWR in NewMexico.

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Tracks left by shorebirds at San Diego National Wildlife Refuge, California.

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Dowitchers (Limnodromus) at the Merced National Wildlife Refuge, California.

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Black skimmers (Rynchops niger) at the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge, California.

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Black skimmers (Rynchops niger) at the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge, California.

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Black skimmer (Rynchops niger) at the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge, California.

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Black skimmers (Rynchops niger) at the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge, California.

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Geese in flight over Lower Klamath NWR on the California-Oregon border.

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Geese in flight over Cameron Prairie NWR near Bell City, LA.

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Ducks in flight over J. Clark Salyer NWR in North Dakota.

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Geese in flight over the Upper Souris NWR in North Dakota.

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Geese in flight over Cameron Prairie NWR near Bell City, LA.

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Geese in flight over the Upper Souris NWR in North Dakota.

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Geese in flight over the Upper Souris NWR in North Dakota.

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Geese in flight over the Upper Souris NWR in North Dakota.

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Geese in flight over the Upper Souris NWR in North Dakota.

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Geese in flight over J. Clark Salyer NWR in North Dakota.

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Geese in flight over J. Clark Salyer NWR in North Dakota.

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Snow geese in flight at Bosque del Apache NWR in New Mexico.

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