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US Fish and Wildlife Service

US Fish and Wildlife Service. At .... The growth of these animals is largely due to the work done by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The ....

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Wolfs

.... Animal Damage control and the Fish and Wildlife Service were at odds over other matters. Animal Damage Control believed that the ....

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Red Wolves

.... a predator in the wild after it was officially declared extinct in the wild,¢ said Bud Fazio, team leader of the US Fish and Wildlife Service's Red Wolf ....

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black footed ferret

.... Under the ESA, the task of organizing recovery efforts is the responsibility of the federal government acting through the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the ....

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Rachel Carson

.... 1942 I began working for the Fish and Wildlife Service promoting fish as an alternative to foods in short supply because of the war. ....

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Clean Water Act

.... Much of the criticism has been directed toward the Fish and Wildlife Service for not setting up an effective program. "The agency ....

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Tracking the Vanishing Frogs

.... This issue was most obviously discussed with the international shipping check-in with the United States Fish and Wildlife service. ....

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Philosphoical needs

.... endangered. The wolf recovery team of the Fish and Wildlife Service set a population goal of 1,250 to 1,400 wolves for Minnesota. The ....

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Where Have They Gone

.... The US Fish and Wildlife Service is one of the big organizations that helps protect the endangered species as well as helping to educate and fund other small ....

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Grizzly Bears

.... In recent surveys by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service they estimated numbers of Grizzlies in the United States and Canada. ....

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Red Wolf

.... With the passage of the Endangered Species Act of 1973, an expanded program to save this species was initiated by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. ....

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Wildlife

.... He has served as coordinator for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service's Latin American and Caribbean Program, Vice President for International Programs ....

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roadless initiative

.... and endangered species as the northern spotted owl, woodland caribou, bighorn sheep, gray wolf, and the grizzly bear (USDI Fish & Wildlife Service 1-2 ....

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Life Science and the Law

.... issue was when President Clinton's $1.84 trillion budget for fiscal year 2001, includes a record $250 million increase for the US Fish and Wildlife Service. ....

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Drilling in the ANWR

.... Democrats, environmentalists, conservationists, scientists, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Gwich'in Tribes and an array of earth sensitive organizations ....

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Enviromental Protection Laws

.... Two major agencies were created, one being the Fish and Wildlife service and the second is the National Marine Fisheries Service. ....

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forsest service

.... of sustained yield and multiple use charged the Forest Service. This was the production of timber, preservation of fish and wildlife habitat, watershed ....

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Endangered Wild Life

.... Demonigoni is a fifth generation farmer that was told by the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) not to farm 800 tillable acres that were considered rat habitats ....

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Wetlands - Why We Need Them

.... Such wetlands, however, may perform valuable functions.¢ Another federal agency, the US Fish and Wildlife Service defines wetlands as: "Lands that are ....

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American Indian Religious Freedom Act of 1978

.... little has been accomplished by these tasks forces with a few minor exceptions amongst the federal agencies like the Fish and Wildlife Service, the Department ....

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White Abyss

.... The National Fish and Wildlife Service predicts that a 40% loss in the population of the Porcupine Heard would occur as a result of opening ANWR to drilling. ....

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Critical Habitat in Alaska for Polar Bears

.... Federal agencies are required to consult with the Fish and Wildlife Service when authorizing, funding or carrying out actions that may affect listed species or ....

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Environmental Economics

.... of a bear or any other evidence of their inhabitance would result in a ban of hunting and a study of the bears conducted by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. ....

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salmon

.... To decrease the rate at which the salmon population is falling the US Fish and Wildlife service yearly deposits billions of young salmon and eggs into natural ....

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Silent Spring Book Review

.... She was an aquatic biologist at the US Bureau of Fisheries and its successor, the Fish and Wildlife Service, from 1936 to 1952. ....

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Disadvantages of Invasive Species

.... The Wildlife Services provided "the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Virgin Islands Division of Fish and Wildlife with technical assistance to manage ....

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California Sea Otters

.... Nicholas Island. The United States Fish and Wildlife Service is presently finalizing a new plan to aid in saving the sea otter.

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California Sea Otters

.... Nicholas Island. The United States Fish and Wildlife Service is presently finalizing a new plan to aid in saving the sea otter.

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Whopping Cranes

.... habitat. In 1966, CWS and the US Fish and Wildlife Service began captive-breeding program to conserve Whooping Cranes. In early ....

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mapping migrations

.... Wassenaar and his colleague Keith Hobson of the Canadian Wildlife Service have developed a technique for reading a feather's chemistry and tracing it onto a map ....

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