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Congratulations to Our 2007 Second Place Contest WINNERS!


 

Second Place, Aerial Resources. 

206 B3 Helicopter with Premo Mark III Machine utilized for aerial ignition during a prescribed fire on the Tulelake National Wildlife Refuge, CA, January 30, 2007. Photo taken by Troy Portnoff, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Tulelake, CA.

Second Place, Aerial Resources - Photo of a 206 B3 Helicopter with Premo Mark III Machine utilized for aerial ignition during a prescribed fire on the Tulelake National Wildlife Refuge, CA; January 30, 2007.

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Second Place, Wildland Fire. 

Blow up of Ahorn Fire - July 15, 2007 from Big Prairie Ranger Station in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, Flathead National Forest; Spotted Bear District, MT. Photo by Eric VanderBeek, Flathead National Forest.

 

Second Place, Wildland fire - Photo of blow up of Ahorn Fire - July 15, 2007 from Big Prairie Ranger Station in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, Flathead National Forest; Spotted Bear District, MT.

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Second Place, Miscellaneous. 

Endangered Coastal Scrub habitat is burned for the threatened Florida Scrub Jay. Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, FL; 2007. Photo taken by Jeff Schardt, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Second Place, Miscellaneous - Photo of endangered Coastal Scrub habitat is burned for the threatened Florida Scrub Jay.  Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, FL; 2007.

 

 

 

Second Place, Prescribed Fire. 

This is a line of Aerial Ignition Spheres igniting a marsh on the head waters of the Indian Rive Lagoon. Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, FL, 2007. Photo taken by Jeff Schardt, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Second Place, Prescribed Fire - Photo of a line of Aerial Ignition Spheres igniting a marsh on the head waters of the Indian Rive Lagoon.  Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, FL; 2007.

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Second Place, Wildland/Urban Interface. 

The Black Cat Fire moved out of the timber down a dry, grassy slope into the wildland urban interface a few miles northwest of Missoula, MT; August 2007. Photo taken by Mark D. Roper, San Juan National Forest, CO.

Second Place, Wildland Urban Interface- Photo of the Black Cat Fire moved out of the timber down a dry, grassy slope into the wildland urban interface a few miles northwest of Missoula, MT. August 2007.

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Second Place, Ground Resources. 

Firefighters spray foam on a steep handline in preparation for back burn operations along Highway 33 near Wheeler Gorge, CA, at the 2007 Zaca Fire on Los Padres National Forest. Photo taken by Catherine Hibbard, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Hadley, MA.

Second Place, Ground Resources - Photo of Firefighters spraying foam on a steep handline in preparation for back burn operations along Highway 33 near Wheeler Gorge, CA, at the 2007 Zaca Fire on Los Padres National Forest.

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