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Name: Dave Griffin
Date registered: June 28, 2011

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  1. Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Turns 70 — February 22, 2016
  2. Manatees Huddle by the Hundreds at Three Sisters Springs — February 10, 2016
  3. Showing Love For Wildlife Refuges Through Photography — February 3, 2016
  4. What Malheur Means to Harney County — February 2, 2016
  5. Interning at a National Wildlife Refuge Offers Great Work Experience — June 17, 2015

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  3. Global Tiger Day — 1 comment
  4. They Lay the Welcome MAT on Our National Wildlife Refuges — 1 comment
  5. Honoring Our Past at Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge — 1 comment

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Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Turns 70

This month, Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge is celebrating its 70th anniversary. We’re taking a look at one way the refuge has changed in response to the growing community and following up on the how the floods of 2015 could affect the refuge in 2016.

Permanent link to this article: http://refugeassociation.org/2016/02/hagerman-national-wildlife-refuge-turns-70/

Manatees Huddle by the Hundreds at Three Sisters Springs

This manatee spring break party, of sorts, began on Monday as the docile mammals moved to the springs’ warmer waters. With its constant temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit, Three Sisters Springs is the perfect spot for manatees seeking refuge from the cold.

Permanent link to this article: http://refugeassociation.org/2016/02/manatees-huddle-by-the-hundreds-at-three-sisters-springs/

Showing Love For Wildlife Refuges Through Photography

After hearing about the armed standoff at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Steve Dimock’s first thought was, “Let’s introduce people to what a wildlife refuge is and what makes them special through photography.”

Permanent link to this article: http://refugeassociation.org/2016/02/showing-love-for-wildlife-refuges-through-photography/

What Malheur Means to Harney County

I know what a great and important place Malheur is–I was there this summer. I listened to neighbors and ranchers, county commissioners, hunters and fishers, conservationists, women and men from cities and the country, all tell a common story of working together to solve conservation problems that will make life better for Harney County.

Permanent link to this article: http://refugeassociation.org/2016/02/what-malheur-means-to-harney-county/

Interning at a National Wildlife Refuge Offers Great Work Experience

The National Tigers for Tigers Coalition has recently partnered with the National Wildlife Refuge Association to provide special internship opportunities for Tigers for Tigers members on various refuges throughout the country. Robin Lloyd, a Zoology and Animal Biology major at Auburn …

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Permanent link to this article: http://refugeassociation.org/2015/06/interning-at-a-national-wildlife-refuge-offers-great-work-experience/

They Lay the Welcome MAT on Our National Wildlife Refuges

Ron Cole is the Refuge Association’s Conservation Programs Western Programs Manager. Mr. Cole is working on the Refuge Association’s sagebrush steppe conservation initiatives, with special focus in the Greater Hart-Sheldon region of southeast Oregon and northern Nevada. Ron recently retired …

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Permanent link to this article: http://refugeassociation.org/2015/05/they-lay-the-welcome-mat-on-our-national-wildlife-refuges/

National Tigers for Tigers Coalition Hopes to #MakeARoar for Tiger Conservation

Carrah Lingo is the Communications Associate for the National Tigers for Tigers Coalition The National Tigers for Tigers Coalition is holding its 1st Annual National Tiger Awareness Week at various tiger mascot schools across the nation starting Monday, November 10th through Sunday, …

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Permanent link to this article: http://refugeassociation.org/2014/11/national-tigers-for-tigers-coalition-hopes-to-makearoar-for-tiger-conservation/

Honoring Our Past at Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge

Bret Wolfe, a U.S. Army veteran, is the deputy manager of Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge and the Battle of Midway National Memorial. He currently resides on Midway with about 40 people and over 3 million seabirds.   Early November …

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Permanent link to this article: http://refugeassociation.org/2014/11/honoring-our-past-at-midway-atoll-national-wildlife-refuge/

Partnerships in the Refuge System: Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge and Neighboring Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom

Sue Hix is the President of Friends of Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge and also a refuge volunteer. Planting the Seed It all started more than four years ago. The details are lost in the mists of time, but I do …

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Permanent link to this article: http://refugeassociation.org/2014/09/partnerships-in-the-refuge-system-sherburne-national-wildlife-refuge-and-neighboring-nature-explore-outdoor-classroom/

Tiger Stamp is on its Way Back!

Carrah Lingo is the Communications Associate for the National Tigers for Tigers Coalition On Monday, September 8th 2014 Congress kept the Save Vanishing Species Stamp alive! After a brief halt with the stamp last Fall, Senate bill S.231 passed through …

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Permanent link to this article: http://refugeassociation.org/2014/09/tiger-stamp-is-on-its-way-back/

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