One of the 62-year-old scientist's favorite haunts is the Apalachicola National Forest near his home in Tallahassee, Florida.
What does ANF stand for?
ANF stands for Apalachicola National Forest (Florida)
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- Atlantic Nuclear Force
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Preparations for translocations began in April 1998 when the TESF, in cooperation with the Forest Service, began banding RCW nestlings on the Apalachicola National Forest in northern Florida.
Since beginning his career 1967, as a temporary employee on the Apalachicola National Forest in Florida, Chip has served the National Forests in Vermont, Montana, Virginia, Oregon, Washington, Utah, and at the National Headquarters in Washington, DC.
According to a 1998 status review, which led to the decision, Apalachicola National Forest and adjacent lands support an estimated 400 bears; Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Osceola National Forest, and adjacent lands together contain an estimated 1,200 bears; Ocala National Forest and adjacent lands are estimated to have over 200 bears; and Big Cypress National Preserve and adjacent lands have about 400 beam.
Today, in fact, only four large red-cockaded woodpecker populations exist in the world, all in the southeastern United States, and all on public lands: in the Apalachicola National Forest in northern Florida; the Francis Marion National Forest in South Carolina; the Kisatchie National Forest in Louisiana; and in the Sandhills of North Carolina, where the population is scattered about on state land, the Army's Fort Bragg, and surrounding areas.