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Iron River NFH (WI) YCCs adding a bird feeding station to the front lawn
Iron River NFH (WI) YCCs adding a bird feeding station to the front lawn
  • Author: USFWS Fish and Aquatic Conservation Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-06-21 13:49:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°38'41"N - 91°21'40"W
  • Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) is a summer employment program for young men and women age 15 through 18, who work, learn, and earn together by doing projects on public lands. Programs are typically 8 weeks long from June through August. Participants get a variety of experiences from biological monitoring to general maintenance and visitor services. Check out our list of opportunities from our listing here youthgo.gov/ycc-opportunities or find a federal facility near you and inquire if they have a YCC program or other opportunities. USFWS photo. www.fws.gov/midwest/ironriver/ www.youthgo.gov/
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Hatchery staff assist with planting trees that will be beneficial windbreaks in years to come
Hatchery staff assist with planting trees that will be beneficial windbreaks in years to come
  • Author: USFWS Fish and Aquatic Conservation Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-05-20 22:30:40
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°38'38"N - 91°21'37"W
  • The Iron River National Fish Hatchery, Wisconsin has increased its efforts to enhance monarch and pollinator habitats in management areas on hatchery grounds. The hatchery has worked with elementary school groups to increase awareness of the importance of pollinators in the environment, the perils that pollinators face and ways to provide habitat for them. An annual butterfly garden project with a local 5th grade glass has been in effect since 2009 and has taught students the ways they can make a difference in the environment and help pollinators. Another project completed in 2015 was the planting of fruiting trees for food and shelter and the planting spruce trees for shelter and wind breaks by management areas. Photo by USFWS. Parental/Guardian Release Form on file; verified by RHP 2.4.2016. www.fws.gov/midwest/IronRiver/
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Lake Superior excess broodstock stocking
Lake Superior excess broodstock stocking
  • Author: USFWS Fish and Aquatic Conservation Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2003-07-24 13:05:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°38'34"N - 91°21'32"W
  • Excess lake trout broodstock are being stocked into Lake Superior at Port Wing, WI by Manager Dale Bast. Iron River National Fish Hatchery, WI was established in 1979 to produce lake trout for interagency restoration programs in the upper Great Lakes and to serve as a lake trout brood stock facility. This fish hatchery produces approximately 1.6 million lake trout annually to be stocked in Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. In addition, about 100,000 brook trout are stocked in Lake Superior waters where stocks are depleted. Several thousand lake trout adults and coaster brook trout adults are held in the brood stock facility to provide 4 million and 500,000 eggs respectively for conservation of these species. www.fws.gov/midwest/ironriver/index.html USFWS Photo. Verified RHP 2015.
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Biologists John Johnston and Carey Edwards unload retired lake from Iron River National Fish Hatchery destined for Lake Superior at Barage Bay
Biologists John Johnston and Carey Edwards unload retired lake from Iron River National Fish Hatchery destined for Lake Superior at Barage Bay
  • Author: USFWS Fish and Aquatic Conservation Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-06-19 13:10:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°38'39"N - 91°21'37"W
  • Lake trout populations in the Great Lakes once supported major commercial and sport fisheries. However, the resource collapsed in the 1940's and 1950's due to the invasion of sea lamprey, overfishing and environmental degradation. The lake trout restoration effort was born shortly after. Iron River National Fish Hatchery serves as a primary lake trout brood stock facility in the Great Lakes Region, maintaining three strains of lake trout in 9 captive populations. Wild adults are captured and spawned periodically to collect gametes for inclusion into the broodstock program to insure that genetics of the captive spawning populations continue to mirror wild stocks. Fertilized eggs are collected from the wild every other generation, if possible. The wild gametes undergo a rigorous isolation process and are cleared by fish health inspection before being brought into the hatchery system as future brood fish. In 2012, 691 retired lake trout were placed into inland lakes in Michigan cooperatively with Keewenaw Bay Indian Conservation. www.fws.gov/midwest/ironriver/ Photo by Keweenaw Bay Indian Community.
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IRON RIVER NFH, WI sign
IRON RIVER NFH, WI sign
  • Author: USFWS Fish and Aquatic Conservation Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2004-04-27 12:34:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°38'48"N - 91°21'54"W
  • Iron River NFH, Wisconsin. USFWS photo.
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Iron River NFH, WI (edited)
Iron River NFH, WI (edited)
  • Author: USFWS Fish and Aquatic Conservation Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-09-20 11:22:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°38'48"N - 91°21'54"W
  • Iron River NFH, Wisconsin. Photo by Robert H. Pos/USFWS. Verified RHP 2015.
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