Fish and Wildlife Service, National Audubon Society, Bahamas National Trust, Canadian Wildlife Service, Bird Studies Canada, Massachusetts Audubon Society, and Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey, converged on the Bahamas for the survey.
What does CWS stand for?
CWS stands for Canadian Wildlife Service
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We have 237 other meanings of CWS in our Acronym Attic
- Campobello Whale Rescue Team (Canada)
- Center for Waste Reduction Technologies
- Civil War Round Table
- Critical Weakness Reliability Test
- Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH)
- Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit (various locations)
- Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
- Case Western Reserve University
- Canada Western Red Winter (wheat)
- Canada-Wide Standard
- Canadian Wine Scholar (certification)
- Candle Welfare Society
- Capital Winds Symphony (metropolitan Washington, DC)
- Capitalist World System
- Car Wrapping School (France)
- Carolina Wiring Service (Columbia, SC)
- Carrollton Wind Symphony (Carrollton, TX)
- Catholic Welfare Services
- Caution and Warning Status (NASA)
- Caution and Warning System
Samples in periodicals archive:
The black duck, banded in Searston, Newfoundland, by Canadian Wildlife Service biologist Randy Hicks, was a senior citizen.
1984 Edmund Telfer, Canadian Wildlife Service, Edmonton, Alberta.
The National Wildlife Research Centre is a research unit within Environment Canada's Canadian Wildlife Service.
Ducks were trapped and handled as part of annual duck banding carried out by the Canadian Wildlife Service and its associates.
For polar bears, the future is uncertain, says polar bear researcher Ian Stirling of the Canadian Wildlife Service, based in Edmonton, Alberta.