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A juvenile male rufous hummingbird sips nectar from a Rocky Mountain Beeplant. Rufous hummingbirds travel an impressive distance during their migration and breed further north than any other hummingbird. https://t.co/gRVUpIAbJU Photo by Tom Koerner/USFWS https://t.co/f8wthlHXje
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@sanctuaries @GFNMS You'll egret calling them awkward!
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Good news! Just reintroduced, these Miami blue butterflies are already mating: https://t.co/EPv1UlOwd4 Photo by Sarah Cabrera by @FloridaMuseum of Natural History https://t.co/Lo79FjD7zK
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RT @USFWSRefuges: VIDEO CAPTION CALL! Have a clever caption for this skunk family scurrying along a road at Wisconsin’s Necedah Natl #Wildl
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@ebruenig Well said.
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Sometimes they'll even wait a few days to eat them (this works well with prey that is noxious like toads or monarchs) so the toxins break down.
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Loggerhead shrikes primary diet includes insects like grasshoppers. They lack talons so they will skewer prey or wedge them into places so they can eat them more easily. Shrike: Tom Koerner/USFWS Grasshopper: Danielle Brigida/USFWS https://t.co/l1vvcNzUSQ
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RT @USFWS_WNS: Eye on Research. Fungus v. fungus! #whitenosesyndrome fungus may have found a worthy opponent. Hopeful treatment for the dis…
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RT @USFWSRefuges: During the dogs days of August, we bring you prairie dog pups at Colorado’s Rocky Mountain Arsenal Natl #WildlifeRefuge.…
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RT @penn_state: Read all about these efforts, thanks in part to @USFWS support. https://t.co/zgeBzh6iwE
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RT @USFWSIntl: Laroooo! It's #WorldElephantDay! Celebrate these amazing animals with us. Photo via iNaturalist user designedforx / Creative…
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RT @USFWSMidwest: Common loons are territorial and can be aggressive toward others, especially in the spring and early summer. As fall appr…
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RT @USFWSAlaska: Did you know Northern Fur Seal is one of the few types of seal with external ears. And the majority of northern fur seals…
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RT @USFWSPacific: Find someone who looks at you the way this monk seal looks at the beach on #NationalLazyDay. Video: Hawaiian Monk seal…
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RT @USFWSPacSWest: The canyon bat (Parastrellus hesperus) is the smallest bat in the USA! Low aspect (short and wide) wings enable these ba…
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Doves in the Wild: Trailblazing Zetas take on national wildlife refuges: https://t.co/tDWQukScX4 #ZetaDaysUSFWS https://t.co/7lnBoEYHeY
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There are 386 species of birds that migrate to and from the United States each year, including songbirds, shorebirds, and birds of prey. Projects benefiting these birds just got $18 million in funding throughout the Americas. https://t.co/MXeH76JPFr https://t.co/cqojfd59eZ
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@Interior @YellowstoneNPS @SantaMonicaMtns @NatlParkService You all aren't pulling our tails! These are great!
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RT @WildRefuge: Happy #InternationalCatDay! We just #cat help ourselves from posting these adorable photos of cats of all sizes at our Nat…
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