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More than 1,000 varieties of reptiles and fish are sheltered in our National Wildlife Refuge System. These are some of the species NWRA is working to protect:
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Ever wondered why birds act the way they do? If you're near St. Mark's #Refuge on Sept. 6, you can find out: goo.gl/HCHyxa
About 6 hours ago from Refuge Association's Twitter via TweetDeck
#DYK? A beaver can cut down a 6-inch wide tree in around 5 minutes. Now THAT's efficiency!
Photo: Monique Engel pic.twitter.com/yi2KLIwHnt
@MarstelDay Thanks for sharing!
Yesterday from Refuge Association's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone
@CealCraig A bee's gotta do, what a bee's gotta do 🐝
It's #DogDay, and while you won't find man's best friend on a #refuge, you might find these critters:
Photo: USFWS pic.twitter.com/6OhrYh2CH2
About a day ago from Refuge Association's Twitter via TweetDeck
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