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National Wildlife Refuges

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Why is Ann holding a Teddy Bear?? What is a wildlife refuge? What is the first National Wildlife Refuge? What is the National Wildlife Refuge system celebrating in 2003? USFWS specialists Laura Jones, Randy Robinson and "TR" have a big story to tell!
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Some of the refuges in Alaska


Alaksa Maritime's research vessel, the M/V Tiglax, with Mount Cleveland in the background. Mount Cleveland is located on Chuginadak in the Aleutian Islands.


Ruth Lake, one of many special places on the Becharof National Wildlife Refuge


Sunrise at Mount Chiginagak as seen from Mother Goose Lake on the Alaska Peninsula.

Some of the refuges in Texas


Roseate spoonbills are a common sight at Brazoria NWR


Brown pelicans are a common sight at Big Boggy NWR


This live oak tree found at San Bernard NWR is the largest recorded live oak in Texas.


Aransas NWR is the wintering location for the last migrating population of whooping cranes.

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