The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's National Digital Library is a rather impressive collection of images, historical artifacts, audio clips, publications, and video available at no charge. The items are all contained within twelve thematic sections, which include Migratory Birds, Connecting People with Nature, and International Affairs. Visitors will note that the sections contain a wide mix of items, all of which can be searched by format, date, creator, and so on. The site also contains a keyword search area that allows visitors to look for specific images, videos, or audio clips. It's worth noting that visitors can perform advanced searches and also make a list of their favorite items. The Landscape Conservation area shouldn't be missed, as it contains great photographs of people at work restoring natural habitats all around the United States.


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