United States Fish and Wildlife Service

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  • Principles Of The United States Fish And Wildlife Service

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    The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is the primary agency that works to conserve, protect, and enhance the nation's fish and wildlife by providing sustainable healthy environments for future generations. It is through these three basic principles of ‘conserve, protect and enhance’ the USFWS is able to bring programs that both directly affect the health and well-being of migratory birds, fish and endangered species. In most cases it is through habitat protection that enables the USFWS

  • Sweet Home Chapter Of Communities For A Great Oregon

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    logging companies, and timber workers in the Pacific Northwest and the Southeast, collectively referred to here as "Sweet Home”. Defendant Fish and Wildlife Director, Department of Interior, Secretary Bruce Babbitt 's interpretation of the ESA and his characterization of the word “harm”. Facts of the Case and Business Reasons for the Dispute According to United State Department of Justice, the plaintiffs in Babbitt v. Sweet Home Chapter of Communities For a Better Oregon charged that, under the Secretary’s

  • Essay about Illegal Immigration and the Environment

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    long-term shift of populations across national borders without complying with the legal requirements. Many people are crossing the United States borders illegally to find better jobs, escape political persecution, and to help out families back home. Some Americans are against this movement of immigrants. One problem is because of the damaging effects to the United States environment, another is the amount of money needed to clean up the waste that is being left behind. Illegal immigration not only

  • Steam Patched Bumble Bees

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    than the honeybee and plays an important role in the production of crops, such as cranberries, blueberries, and tomatoes. As Doug Taron of the Chicago Academy of Sciences points out, “No bees. No fruit.” Historically, this species was found in 29 states and 2 Canadian provinces. The rusty patched bumble bee population saw a decline in population and distribution in the late 1990s. The bees’ population has declined by 91%. The relative abundance of the species has declined from 8% to 1%, and only

  • Ocelot Endangerment On Endangered Species Act

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    Ocelot Endangerment in Texas Zoë Steele 1184042   The leopardus pardalis, or the ocelot, also known as the dwarf leopard, has been endangered since 1982 and is protected by the Endangered Species Act (FWS, 2010). Ocelots have been declared a federally endangered species (Tewes, 2001). They are native to South and Central America as well as Mexico (FWS, 2010). Texas is a far north as the wild cat has been found, but a few have been noted to have lived in Arizona and Louisiana in the past (Campbell

  • Essay on Three Executive Departments within Congress

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    Three Executive Departments within Congress In 1789 Congress created three Executive Departments: State or Foreign Affairs, Treasury and War. It also provided for an Attorney General and a Postmaster General. Congress apportioned domestic matters among these departments. The idea of setting up a separate department to handle domestic matters was put forward on numerous occasions. It wasn't until March 3, 1849, the last day of the 30th Congress, that a bill was passed to create the Department

  • Proposal About Wildlife Endangerment

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    the serious issue with wildlife endangerment. More than 100 million animals are killed each year. Some are simply killed by hunters which essentially can be debated but the majority are killed for chemical testing used in biology labs and climate change. We, as a society, need to act to start protecting the wildlife throughout the world. I believe that this is an important issue because by protecting nature’s animals, we are enriching the earth. When we take care of wildlife, it helps keep water clean

  • Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge

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    community service can help us understand ourselves and see things more clearly. Community service allows us to labor away at the dirt covering us and realize that we can shine more than ever before by deflecting the attention off ourselves and onto someone else for them to glow. In response, the mirror of ourselves, lit by the illumination of others surrounding us so by our service we benefit ourselves and thus, push away the darkness of our own self-centeredness. To me, community service means people

  • Analysis Of Rocky Flats

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    Those in agreement with opening the area as a wildlife preserve that will be accessible by the general public are the DOE and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS). As of right now the Refuge is planning to open for the summer of 2018 and the building of the visitor facilities is anticipated to begin in the winter of 2017. The plan for the year-round Refuge is that it will consist of 20 miles of trails that will be accessible to hikers, bikers, and horseback riders [4]. The map of the proposed

  • How Does The Governmental Transfer Of Power Impacts Wildlife And The Workforces That Conserve And Protect Wildlife?

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    How does the governmental transfer of power impacts wildlife and the workforces that conserve and protect wildlife? The United States government is constantly rotating officials in control of regulating previous and developing laws, forming future concepts and regulations on various assemblies, and striving to improve the lives of the American citizens. However, the ever changing governmental powers may cause a positive or negative impact on wildlife conservation and policy, due to varying opinions