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WETLAND REGULATORY PROGRAM Role of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act If federal permit is needed, agency shall consult with USFWS Wildlife conservation receives equal consideration with other features
Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act Advise the Corps/LDNR regarding measures to “Avoid, Minimize, and Compensate” Help identify Least Environmentally Damaging, Practicable Alternative (LEDPA)
Service’s Trust Resources THREATENED AND ENDANGERED SPECIES MIGRATORY BIRDS
Service’s Trust Resources ANADROMOUS FISH ADMINISTERED PUBLIC LANDS
ANIMALS Louisiana Black Bear Red Cockaded Woodpecker Piping Plover Interior Least Tern Gopher Tortoise Ringed Map Turtle Louisiana Pearlshell Mussel Pink Mucket Pearly Mussel Fat Pocketbook Mussel Inflated Heelspliter Mussel West Indian Manatee Gulf Sturgeon Pallid Sturgeon Sea Turtles PLANTS Louisiana Quillwort Earth Fruit American Chaff-seed Endangered Species Act
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Permit Review Process Screen Public Notices
Permit Review Process Screen Public Notices Determine Level of Involvement
No ObjectionNo ActionAction Beneficial Minimal Impact – Low Quality Compensation Form Letter FWCA Report
Permit Review Process Screen Public Notices Determine Level of Involvement Field Inspection
Permit Review Process Screen Public Notices Determine Level of Involvement Field Inspection Written Comments
Cypress/tupelo Floodplain R I V R E Low Quality Wetlands Entire site 50 acres
Cypress/tupelo Floodplain R I V R E High Quality Wetlands Entire site 50 acres
Cypress/tupelo Floodplain R I V R E High Quality Wetlands Entire site 50 acres Canal
Wetlands to be filled Entire site 50 acres
Wetlands to be filled Entire site 50 acres
Permit Review Process Screen Public Notices Determine Level of Involvement Field Inspection Written Comments Evaluate Project Modifications
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