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FWS chief walks minefield between species and energy boom

As a young boy, Dan Ashe and his brothers would set out alone on Blackbeard Island National Wildlife Refuge off the coast of Georgia, traipsing past alligators, handling venomous water moccasins and looking for mischief. Ashe, 57, said he carries his passion for the outdoors into his job as director of the Fish and Wildlife Service, where he oversees 150 million acres of wildlife refuges and manages thousands of threatened and endangered species and birds.

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