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a person employed to take care of game and wildlife

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Fiona Robertson, assistant conservation officer for Seaforth nature reserve, said: "We are extremely concerned as the wood is a site of national importance for the red squirrels.
Upon graduation, each cadet will be commissioned a Wildlife Conservation Officer and given an assignment within the Commonwealth.
Prospective new purchasers could be behind next week's meeting, on July 30, between city planning and conservation officers and a firm of architects.
22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Six waterways conservation officers from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and five Department of Conservation and Natural Resources rangers have completed Municipal Police Officers Basic Training, Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank E.
Paul Eccleshare, the council's energy conservation officer, said: "Hybrid vehicles like the Prius and, eventually, fully-electric vehicles powered by fuel cells, are going to be the transport of the future.
Seth, Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officer (WCO) in Armstrong County, recently was presented with the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) Wildlife Conservation Officer of the Year Award.
Durham City Council conservation officer Lee Hall said: "The clock set in the tower of St Nicholas's Church is an important part of Durham's history, but due to poor maintenance and general wear and tear over the years it had suffered and become unreliable.
Yet that's exactly what the person taken on by Cadw, Welsh Historic Monuments, will do as a conservation officer while travelling to every corner of Wales.
Allan Withrington, conservation officer with the Friends of Chopwell Wood, said: "There are plenty of varieties and they have fruited early.
Paul Eccleshare, council energy conservation officer, will be giving people energy-saving tips for their homes.
31 /PRNewswire/ -- Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officer James McCarthy recently was presented the agency's Award For Valor for his courageous actions to search for victims in a burning house in Wayne County on Jan.
Mr Stroud is a conservation officer on Ascension Island, one of the world's most remote islands and one of its most important breeding sites for seabirds.
Both an independent arborist and the council's tree conservation officer have viewed the trees and are in full agreement with the findings of the survey,'' she said.
SSSI are not just about Lake District beauty spots but also include urban areas like South Hylton," said English Nature conservation officer Dave Mitchell.
Paul Eccleshare, the council's energy conservation officer, said: "Over its lifetime, the cost of running an appliance can be more than its initial purchase, so it's worth buying the most efficient one you can.
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