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Some articles on usfws:

Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge - Controversy
... The official Fish and Wildlife (USFWS) position, as stated on their Refuge website, was that "horses and burros are not native to Sheldon Refuge ... Some private-sector advocates, such as the Sierra Club, agree with the USFWS position ... In response, the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign has accused the USFWS of conducting "helicopter round-ups during foaling season" in the Sheldon Refuge ...
Agave Eggersiana
... Virgin Islands (USFWS 1998a) ... a small number of wild and cultivated plants (USFWS 1998a) ... Croix U.S.V.I.(USFWS 1998a) and at Fairchild Botanical Garden in south Florida ...
Bay Checkerspot - Habitat - Habitat Conservation
... Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and Stanford University. 11, 1984 the USFWS proposed that 8,300 acres (34 kmĀ²) in five sites be declared " critical habitat" for the Bay checkerspot ... The USFWS has identified several of these areas as core habitat areas, which it considers essential to the survival of the subspecies ...
Florida Panther - Conservation Status - Management Controversy
... Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), was successful in demonstrating that agencies continued to use incorrect data after it had been clearly identified as such ... As a result of the DQA ruling, USFWS admitted errors in the science the agency was using and subsequently reinstated Eller, who had been fired by USFWS after filing the ... In January 2006, USFWS released a new Draft Florida Panther Recovery Plan for public review ...
Georgetown Salamander - Conservation - Listing Process
... and the Center for Biological Diversity sued the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) on the grounds that the Service had not met deadlines to decide on ... Settlement of the case resulted in a commitment from USFWS to review the candidate species by 2016 ... In 2011, the USFWS announced that Eurycea naufragia, along with three other Eurycea species found in central Texas (Eurycea chisholmensis, Eurycea tonkawae, and Eurycea waterlooensis) would ...