WHEN MAY A THREATENED & ENDANGERED SPECIES PERMIT BE
T&E Permits may be issued for the following purposes:
- scientific purposes;
- educational purposes;
- incidental taking;
- to enhance the propagation or survival of a threatened or
- zoological exhibition; or
- special purposes consistent with the purposes of the Federal Endangered
WHO CAN APPLY FOR A PERMIT?
Applications may be submitted by anyone, including
researchers, exhibitors, municipalities and private companies amongst others.
WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF "TAKE"?
The definition of "take" is very broad and includes
everything from killing a plant or animal to transplanting a plant or any
activity that could be construed as harrassing an animal.
V.S.A. §4001(23) of the Vermont statutes defines take and taking as:
"pursuing, shooting, hunting, killing, capturing, trapping, snaring, and
netting fish, birds and quadrupeds and all lesser acts, such as disturbing,
harrying or worrying or wounding or placing, setting, drawing or using any net
or other device commonly used to take fish or wild animals, whether they result
in the taking or not; and shall include every attempt to take and every act of
assistance to every other person in taking or attempting to take fish or wild
animals, provided that when taking is allowed by law, reference is had to
taking by lawful means and in lawful manner."
For plants, in accordance
V.S.A. §5401(14) "taking" means uprooting, transplanting, cutting, injuring
or killing or any attempt to do the same or assisting another who is doing or
is attempting to do the same.
PERMITS IN PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
There are currently no permits open for public
No public hearings are currently scheduled.
How do I submit comments or questions on a permit?
Comments or questions may be submitted by email to ANR.EndangeredPermit@vermont.gov
or comments by regular mail to:
Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
1 National Life Building, Davis 2