Outdoors

Feds Going On-Line Wildlife Education

Summaries of most U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service programs are available on the Internet.

For example, the agency’s new World Wide Web server “home pages” contains current listings of all endangered and threatened species and recreation info for 500 wildlife refuges.

Access to the World Wide Web server requires a computer program that can communicate with hypertext transfer protocol (http), such as Mosaic. “Http://www.fws.gov/” is the Internet address.



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