Monday, January 24, 2011

Alaska Wild Berries

Title: Alaska Wild Berries. Creator: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Subject: Wildlife refuges, Innoko National Wildlife Refuge, Plants, Vegetation, Alaska. Publisher: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Contributors: INNOKO NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE.

Innoko National Wildlife Refuge was established to conserve waterfowl, peregrine falcons, other migratory birds, black bears, moose, furbearers, other mammals, and salmon; to fulfill treaty obligations; to provide for continued subsistence uses; and to ensure necessary water quality and quantity.

Showing little impact from human habitation, the vegetation of the refuge reflects a transition zone between the boreal forest of Interior Alaska and tundra types common in western and northern Alaska. These natural ecosystems provide the food, shelter, and water that wildlife need to survive.

Type: Still image. Format: JPG. Source: Innoko NWR-088. Language: English.

Rights: Public domain.

Audience: General. Date created: 2008-04-18. Date modified: 2008-05-28.
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