Canadian Wildlife Service

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Canadian Wildlife Service The Canadian Wildlife Service or CWS (French: Service canadien de la faune , SCF ) is an agency of the Government of Canada , administered by the Department of the Environment, also known as Environment Canada . It is Canada 's national wildlife agency, with responsibility for the protection and management of migratory birds and nationally important wildlife habitats, endangered species, research on nationally important wildlife issues, control of international trade in endangered species, and international treaties. Wildlife management in Canada is a responsibility which is shared by the federal and the provincial / territorial governments, however CWS is also responsible for Canada's " National Wildlife Areas " which are federally protected natural areas. CWS maintains personnel and research/operations facilities in all Environment Canada regions, namely: Atlantic Region, Quebec Region, Ontario Region, Prairie and Northern Region, and Pacific and Yukon Region.
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