Reclamation is the largest wholesale water supplier and the second largest producer of hydroelectric power in the United States, with operations and facilities in the 17 Western States.
Earth Day might be over, but we appreciate our public lands every day of the year. Here is a stunning sunset over Grand Teton National Park....
A pair of kayaks take in a beautiful sunrise over Lake Superior as they wait for their paddlers in Isle Royale National Park in Michigan.Photo:...
Students Experience a “Day in the Desert”
On April 4, teachers and fifty-eight 7th graders from Sunrise Ridge Intermediate School traded their...
Lets start the week off right with a gorgeous sunrise photo at Tipsoo Pond in Mt. Rainier National Park, Washington. Photo: Bob Kim
Lizard and bird and dragonfly…oh my! Here are the winners in the wildlife (non-mammal) category of the BLM New Mexico employee photo contest.
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The Yellowtail Afterbay supports a variety of wildlife and vegetation, including these triplet bear cubs. Photo by Mike Hale, Reclamation.
Inspection of Choke Canyon Dam Stilling Basin. L-R, Adam Milligan, OTAO, Norman Kuenstler, Supervisor-Choke Canyon Dam, Darion Mayhorn, OTAO, and Anna Hoag, OTAO. Photo by Thomas Michalewicz, Reclamation.
Picture of seagulls taken from the South Shore Marina, Pueblo State Park on Lake Pueblo, part of the Fryark Project built by Reclamation. Photo by Stanley Core, Reclamation.
Debris removal from a dry intake tower at Twin Buttes Dam by Anna Hoag, Reclamation. http://on.doi.gov/1a0Smvb
Panorama of Buffalo Bill Dam. Photo by Sean Erickson, Reclamation.
Swift Current Creek below Many Glacier as the creek enters Lake Sherburne Reservoir. Photo by Chuck Heinje, Reclamation.