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The Journal-Standard
Stewards of the Upper Mississippi River Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service to offer golf cart tours Posted Apr. 28, 2016 at 5:00 PM Posted Apr. 28, 2016 at 5:00 PM THOMSON — T
Stewards of the Upper Mississippi River Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Service to offer golf cart tours
The Journal-Standard / Posted 11 hours ago
Posted Apr. 28, 2016 at 5:00 PM Posted Apr. 28, 2016 at 5:00 PM THOMSON — The Stewards of the Upper Mississippi River Refuge and the U.S. Fish... Read more
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express
Animal row over moves to bring eight chimpanzees to British wildlife parkMichael Jackson’s ageing chimp Bubbles is in care home This ruling led to Yerk
Animal row over moves to bring eight chimpanzees to British wildlife park
express / Posted 14 hours ago
Michael Jackson’s ageing chimp Bubbles is in care home This ruling led to Yerkes being granted a permit by the US Fish and Wildlife Service to export the chimpanzees to Wingham Wildlife Park last week, a decision that has now sparked... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Trail Closures Put into Effect at Shenandoah Park Due to WildfirePark Service, Virginia Department of Forestry, Rockingham County Department of
Trail Closures Put into Effect at Shenandoah Park Due to Wildfire
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 9 days ago
Park Service, Virginia Department of Forestry, Rockingham County Department of Fire and Rescue, USDA Forest Service, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Georgia Forestry Commission, Department of Forestry Pueblo County, and Ute Agency. Additional... Read more
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Emery County Progress
Millsite dam rehabilitation project pushed to next year - April 12, 2016to be moved. These 40 cacti are below the new high water mark for the reservoir
Millsite dam rehabilitation project pushed to next year - April 12, 2016
Emery County Progress / Posted 16 days ago
to be moved. These 40 cacti are below the new high water mark for the reservoir and will be moved to adjacent BLM land. The US Fish and Wildlife Service is reviewing the mitigation plan for these cacti. It is expected this review will be back by... Read more
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iol.co.za
Endangered Sumatran rhino diesAct, thanks to successful conservation efforts. National Oceanic and Atmospher
Endangered Sumatran rhino dies
iol.co.za / Posted 21 days ago
Act, thanks to successful conservation efforts. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries and the US Fish and Wildlife Service have reclassified the turtles from the breeding populations in Florida and the Pacific coast of... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Will an ivory ban criminalize indigenous artists' work in Alaska?to take actions that are consistent with the law, and the law has exemptions fo
Will an ivory ban criminalize indigenous artists' work in Alaska?
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 22 days ago
to take actions that are consistent with the law, and the law has exemptions for Alaska Native people,” Sambo said of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, which enforces ivory regulations. “Most of [the bans], if not all of them, are wholly unaware... Read more
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Daily Mail
Green sea turtles of Florida, Mexico no longer 'endangered'in Florida alone Successful measures have included protection of nesting beach
Green sea turtles of Florida, Mexico no longer 'endangered'
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
in Florida alone Successful measures have included protection of nesting beaches The official figures were announced by US Fish and Wildlife Service However, the status of the species is still 'threatened' in these regions Among the negative... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Green sea turtles of Florida, Mexico no longer 'endangered'and still merit protection under the Endangered Species Act, but do not face an
Green sea turtles of Florida, Mexico no longer 'endangered'
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 23 days ago
and still merit protection under the Endangered Species Act, but do not face an imminent risk of extinction, the US Fish and Wildlife Service said. In Florida alone, there are some 2,250 nesting females counted on beaches each year, up... Read more
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PhysOrg
Green sea turtles of Florida, Mexico no longer 'endangered'each year, up from a handful in 1978 when the breeding populations were first l
Green sea turtles of Florida, Mexico no longer 'endangered'
PhysOrg / Posted 23 days ago
each year, up from a handful in 1978 when the breeding populations were first listed as endangered, a spokesman for the US Fish and Wildlife Service said. As part of the change, the US FWS and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration... Read more
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CNET
Watch this riveting live stream of a rare, newly hatched condor chickthan "Daredevil." The live feed is a joint project between the Cornell Lab of
Watch this riveting live stream of a rare, newly hatched condor chick
CNET / Posted 23 days ago
than "Daredevil." The live feed is a joint project between the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the Santa Barbara Zoo, the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Sespe Condor Sanctuary wildlife refuge in Southern California. Fish and Wildlife... Read more
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Alaska Public
Russian and American officials sign wildlife management agreementthe rough times the two countries are experiencing in their relations right now
Russian and American officials sign wildlife management agreement
Alaska Public / Posted 30 days ago
the rough times the two countries are experiencing in their relations right now.” James Kurth, Deputy Director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, signed off on the agreement last week alongside his Russian counterpart Amirkhan... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Supporters of Malheur Refuge occupiers claim feds caused damagewhen they learn the facts. They are rallying in all 50 states to question the i
Supporters of Malheur Refuge occupiers claim feds caused damage
KTVZ Bend / Posted 30 days ago
when they learn the facts. They are rallying in all 50 states to question the integrity of the bureaucrats that run the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The federal government needs to be accountable for the costs of the supposed “restoration” of... Read more
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ARRL Amateur Radio News
Kingman Reef (KH5) Deleted from DXCC Listadministration by the US Navy has been removed), and the reef does not meet any
Kingman Reef (KH5) Deleted from DXCC List
ARRL Amateur Radio News / Posted a month ago
administration by the US Navy has been removed), and the reef does not meet any current criteria to remain on the list. The US Fish and Wildlife Service (F&WS) administers Kingman Reef and Palmyra Island. The reef is too close to Palmyra Island to... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Wyoming wolves slaughter 19 elk in rare 'surplus killing', say wildlife officialsand just took down each elk and moved on to the next.” Mike Jimenez, Northern
Wyoming wolves slaughter 19 elk in rare 'surplus killing', say wildlife officials
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 1 months ago
and just took down each elk and moved on to the next.” Mike Jimenez, Northern Rocky Mountain wolf co-ordinator for the US fish and wildlife service, told County 10: “By and large, wolves don’t kill for sport. What we found is that generally... Read more
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International Business Times
Wolf pack kills 19 elk in one night during ferocious hunting attack in Wyoming are kind of in a bind right now because we don't have any management authority
Wolf pack kills 19 elk in one night during ferocious hunting attack in Wyoming
International Business Times / Posted 1 months ago
are kind of in a bind right now because we don't have any management authority over wolves. That is strictly the US Fish and Wildlife Service that has that authority," said Lund. "We manage the elk on the feedgrounds, but with wolves, we... Read more
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Daily Mail
Wolves attack and kill nine elk in Wyoming in rare 'sport killing'do not engage in surplus killing often. 'By and large, wolves don't kill for s
Wolves attack and kill nine elk in Wyoming in rare 'sport killing'
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
do not engage in surplus killing often. 'By and large, wolves don't kill for sport,' Mike Jimenez of the US Fish and Wildlife Service told County 10. 'We did an eight-year study and we looked at elk feedgrounds. What we found is... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Photos Of Damage Caused By Oregon Occupiers Proves They Aren't Fit To Manage Anythingwarned the nearly $2 million cleanup cost is a "moving figure" subject to chang
Photos Of Damage Caused By Oregon Occupiers Proves They Aren't Fit To Manage Anything
The Huffington Post / Posted 1 months ago
warned the nearly $2 million cleanup cost is a "moving figure" subject to change as the agency conducts a thorough inventory of what's broken and missing. US Fish and Wildlife Service Kindergartners do a better job picking up after t... Read more
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Raw Story
Feds release pictures of $6 million in damages Bundy militants caused to Oregon reserveprotesters trashed buildings and damaged facilities, with the occupation’s over
Feds release pictures of $6 million in damages Bundy militants caused to Oregon reserve
Raw Story / Posted 1 months ago
protesters trashed buildings and damaged facilities, with the occupation’s overall costs running at least $6 million The US Fish and Wildlife Service released new photos from the scene of the 41-day standoff at a wildlife refuge in eastern... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
New photos of Oregon wildlife refuge reveal damage done by Bundy standoffThe US Fish and Wildlife Service released new photos from the scene of the 41-d
New photos of Oregon wildlife refuge reveal damage done by Bundy standoff
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 1 months ago
The US Fish and Wildlife Service released new photos from the scene of the 41-day standoff at a wildlife refuge in eastern Oregon, showing that protesters left behind trashed buildings, damaged facilities, a compromised septic system and government... Read more
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Op-Ed News
USDA's Short Supply of Empathyof 1980 Rex Shaddox was working in Animal Damage Control in Uvalde, Texas. Anim
USDA's Short Supply of Empathy
Op-Ed News / Posted 1 months ago
of 1980 Rex Shaddox was working in Animal Damage Control in Uvalde, Texas. Animal Damage Control was then a branch of the US Fish and Wildlife Service. it was his job to kill wild carnivores and coyotes in particular. They were said to prey on the... Read more

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