Charles Ebbers


Departing from a cold, snow covered remote airstrip along the Dalton Highway by small, fixed wing aircraft, we were headed to the BLM Arctic District’s Umiat Field Camp on the southeast edge of the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska.

Successful mechanical removal of green sunfish from closed systems in southern Arizona

Aravaipa and Bonita Creeks are unique aquatic systems in southern Arizona as they still support intact or nearly intact nati

Matthew Varner

AIMing to understand dynamics of Arctic grayling in the Beaver Creek Wild and Scenic River

The Bureau of Land Management in Alaska manages approximately 111 river miles of the Beaver Creek Wild and Scenic River.

Lander Field Office and partners join forces to improve headwaters tributary

Story by Leah Yandow, Lander Field Office Wildlife Biologist; and Chad Mickschl, Hydrologist, Aquatic Resource Management Program Lead, Wyoming State Office.

Spruce Creek rekindles its connection with wetlands in Summit County

What do you call a wetland without water? We’re trying not to find out!