Incidental Take Permit/Authorization (ITP/A)
Endangered Resources Review
The department can allow incidental take of endangered or threatened species under certain circumstances through an Incidental Take Permit (used by non-state agencies and individuals) or an Incidental Take Authorization (used by state agencies).
View current public notices.
If you’ve received an ER Review and need to apply for the allowance of incidental take, please complete the Incidental Take Permit/Authorization Application.
Broad Incidental Take Permits/Authorizations
A Broad Incidental Take Permit/Authorization (BITP/A) can be created for specific scenarios so that neither an application nor a permit fee are required (although minimization, mitigation and/or reporting may still be required).
List of available permits/authorizations below.
- Bats BITP/A
- Common activities BITP/A
- Grassland and savanna management BITP/A
- No/low activities BITP/A
- Regulatory Removals BITP/A
- Wood turtle BITP/A
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