FESA

(redirected from Federal Endangered Species Act)
AcronymDefinition
FESAFederal Endangered Species Act
FESAFire and Emergency Services Authority (Australia)
FESAFurther Education Society of Alberta (Alberta, Canada)
FESAFederation of European Shogi Associations (est. 1985)
FESAFrozen Embryo and Sperm Archive (UK)
FESAFédération des Entreprises Spécialisées de l'Automobile (French: Federation of Specialized Automobile Enterprises)
FESAFire and Emergency Services Administration (educational program)
FESAFacilities Engineering Support Agency
FESAFédération Européenne des Syndicats Agrobiologistes (French: European Federation of Agrobiologist Trade Unions)
FESAFacilities Engineering Support Activity
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In the 1990s, seeking to avoid having the species listed under the federal Endangered Species Act, with all the burdens on agriculture, salmon farming, and timber that would involve, Maine governor Angus King forged a five-year plan to improve salmon habitats.
Grizzlies are protected under the federal Endangered Species Act, but may be killed in self-defense.
These plant communities support 23 rare species of plants and animals, including Geocarpon minimum, which is listed as a threatened species under the federal Endangered Species Act, as well as three other plants found nowhere else in Arkansas.
Unlike the United States, which safeguards species under the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA), Canada has no such national law.
In the early 1990s, Seattle officials began developing a Habitat Conservation Plan to comply with the federal Endangered Species Act and a void adverse impacts on the spotted owl, marbled murrelet, Puget Sound chinook salmon, and bull trout, all listed as threatened or endangered.
Bay checkerspot butterflies are listed as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act.
And before he was removed from office for financial misdeeds, Arizona's Fife Symington was leading the fight to repeal the federal Endangered Species Act.
this week, Dobson explained how he and his coworkers mapped so- called hot spots-regions containing dense populations of species protected under the federal Endangered Species Act.
For these species, the federal Endangered Species Act can help preserve habitat, require "consultation" on projects that need federal approval and make most hunting illegal.
Fish and Wildlife Service managers also listed the bird as a threatened species under the federal Endangered Species Act in 1992.
Fish and Wildlife Service in June, alleges that a controversial plan Combs' office oversees to conserve the lizard's habitat is not adequate, and that the lizard should be protected under the federal Endangered Species Act.
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