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Black-billed magpies watch a northern river otter appear through ice along the Green River on Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge in Wyoming. It’s common for magpies to show up looking for scraps. They also pick ticks from the backs of cows or moose. Photo by Tom Koerner/USFWS

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Migration is not just for birds. Fish, insects, all kinds of animals move between summer and winter habitat. Like the speedy pronghorn, which has the longest mammal migration in the lower 48 states. Pronghorn at Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge Photo by Tom Koerner/USFWS

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In the “Wizard of Oz,” which premiered on this date in 1939, Dorothy didn’t need to look “over the rainbow” to see “bluebirds fly.” She could see mountain bluebirds like this one at Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge in Wyoming. Photo by Tom Koerner/USFWS

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Let's all approach this cold winter weather with the same tenacity as this Northern river otter at Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge in #Wyoming  chomping down on a fish. We got this! (Credit: Tom Koerner/USFWS) #PolarVortex2019 

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More than $78 million in funding will benefit wetland conservation projects and #wildliferefuges . Cinnamon teal at Seedskadee National Wildlife RefugePhoto: Tom Koerner/USFWS

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Hey you. Looking forward to some Friday night fun? It #otter  be a good time. Pic of a North American river otter posing at Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge#Wyoming 

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A bull moose spotted through the fog near the headquarters of the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge in #Wyoming .

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