Eagle-eyed birders will find plenty to see at Blackwater (January 2005) - It’s an Osprey Cam—no, wait, it’s an Eagle Cam. But in a short few months, it will be an Osprey Cam again.
Huge wetland restoration touted for Blackwater (April 2005) - Standing near the water’s edge at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, John Gill pointed to a small island far offshore, in the middle of what appeared to be a large lake. A lake, he says shouldn’t be there, and which he wants to make go away.
National Wildlife Refuges celebrating 100th anniversary (January 2003) - March 14, 2003 marks a milestone in the history of wildlife conservation in America — the centennial anniversary of the National Wildlife Refuge System. The National Wildlife Refuge System is the United State’s only network of federal lands dedicated specifically to conserving wildlife and protecting our wild heritage.