FWS

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AcronymDefinition
FWSFish and Wildlife Service (US)
FWSFederal Work Study
FWSFederal Wage System
FWSFrench Wine Scholar (French Wine Society)
FWSFuture Water Supply (various locations)
FWSFlatbed with Sides (trucks)
FWSFaculty Web Server
FWSFront Wheel Steering
FWSFree with Shipping
FWSFlexible Web Services
FWSFolding White Space
FWSFulfillment Web Service (sales)
FWSFree Water Surface
FWSFlexible Work Schedule
FWSFreshman Writing Seminar (various schools)
FWSFighter Weapons School
FWSFinding Workable Solutions Inc. (Australia)
FWSFighter Weapons Squadron
FWSFlight Warning System (aviation)
FWSFast Web Services
FWSFlorida Watercolor Society
FWSFlorida Water Services
FWSFederal Wage Schedule
FWSFormer Weapons Scientist
FWSFilter Water Separator
FWSFlight Weapons Simulator
FWSFever Without a Source
FWSFlight Watch Specialist
FWSFacility Watch Supervisor
FWSFixed Wireless System
FWSFleet Work-Study
FWSFixed Wireless Services (Division of AT&T)
FWSFull Wire Speed
FWSFreshwater Sailing
FWSFull-Wave Simulation
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The group was among those that petitioned the Fish and Wildlife Service to list the lion as endangered.
In their letter to the director of the Fish and Wildlife Service, DeFazio and his fellow House members called wolf recovery "a wildlife success story in the making."
"The Fish and Wildlife Service originally exterminated the gray wolf from the western United States on behalf of the livestock industry, and the Bush administration has led the agency back to its bad old days," he added.
Fish and Wildlife Service provides background on polar bears and the threats to their survival.
Biologists at the Fish and Wildlife Service hurriedly conducted another genetic study, which contradicted Ramey's.
Fish and Wildlife Service has invested $421,112, backed by an additional $185,615 in matching funds from its various partners, to remove a total of 17 barriers to fish passage.
Fish and Wildlife Service, (800)344-9453, www.fws.gov; Maryland Department of Natural Resources, (410)260-8367, www.dnr.state.md.us.
Fish and Wildlife Service determined that the program's water management practices threatened the endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow.
Fish and Wildlife Service will turn the fifteen thousand-acre site into the biggest wildlife refuge in Puerto Rico.
In the fall of 2001, she had to explain why, in a letter to the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, she'd altered scientific data to make it appear that oil operations in ANWR would not harm hundreds of thousands of migratory caribou, when her own Fish and Wildlife Service had provided her with data suggesting they would.
Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, and U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service will consider new information in reviewing the birds' threatened species status.