Fish and Wildlife Service's Wildlife Without Borders program focuses on people as part of the conservation solution.
What does WWB stand for?
WWB stands for Wildlife without Borders (US FWS)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 52 other meanings of WWB in our Acronym Attic
- Where We Are Tour
- Willing Workers in Alternative Technology
- Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (novel, movie)
- Western Wayne Auto Theft Unit (Michigan; police unit)
- Weight Watchers at Work
- Walking While Black (racial profiling)
- Warm Water Bath
- What Will Be
- Whole Wheat Bread (band)
- WikiWorldBook (website)
- Wimpy White Boy (premature causasian male)
- Winchester White Box (ammunition)
- Women's World Banking
- Woodrow Wilson Bridge (I-95 bridge over the Potomac, south of Washington, DC)
- World Wide Broadcast (Miami Gardens, FL)
- World without Borders (international organization)
- Wounded Warrior Barracks (Camp Lejune, NC)
- Writer's Workbench (software)
- Walt Whitman Birthplace Association (West Hills, NY)
- Wasatch Web Advisors, Inc. (stock symbol)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mexico is developing new state government wildlife programs and participating in an array of programs like Wildlife without Borders, Partners for Wildlife, Joint Ventures, the Trilateral Committee for Wildlife and Ecosystem Conservation and Management, and the Border Governors Conference.
4455, which would create a new Wildlife Without Borders program.
Fish and Wildlife Service's Wildlife Without Borders program, Health in Harmony gives voluntary incentives (including discounted health services and access to a mobile clinic) to those communities that protect the park from illegal logging.
Fish and Wildlife Service through the Wildlife Without Borders Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Fund (WWB-RTCF), Wildlife Trust of Bangladesh, Zoological Society of London (ZSL), and University of Minnesota (UMN).
The effectiveness of this collaboration, carried out by FWS Region 7 (Alaska), the FWS Wildlife Without Borders Russia Regional Program (WWBRussia), and numerous other programs under the auspices of the U.
Fish and Wildlife Service's Wildlife Without Borders Latin America and the Caribbean (WWBLAC) Regional Program.
Our International Affairs Program, which comprises both the International Wildlife Trade and Wildlife Without Borders programs, has the lead.