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Air Force environmental programs help endangered species thrive
July 29, 2020
Erica Lee, Air Force Civil Engineer Center Support Program manager for Eglin Natural Resources, and Amanda Robydek, Leidos Environmental Scientist, hold a Kemp's ridley sea turtle during one of many acoustic and satellite tagging events.

JBSA environmental program takes off with UAS technology
July 14, 2020
An unmanned aerial system is prepared for a test flight July 9, 2020, at Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis, Texas.

JBSA Natural Resource office spotlights endangered bird species
May 14, 2019
The golden-cheeked warbler is a small insectivorous – which means it feeds primarily on insects and spiders – songbird that migrates thousands of miles from El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras and Mexico every March to breed and nest exclusively throughout central Texas, including Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis.

Controlled burn rids JBSA-Camp Bullis of wildfire-causing vegetation
March 3, 2017
A firefighter sets fire to vegetation at Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis during a controlled burn Feb. 23. Firefighters burned more than 600 acres of vegetation at the installation during a three-day period, from Feb. 22-24, in an effort to prevent wildfires from occurring. The controlled burn was a joint effort between the 502nd Civil Engineering Squadron at JBSA, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, JBSA Fire Emergency Services and area firefighters.