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Protected Resources Permits & Authorizations

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Commercial or Educational Photography Permit

This permit allows you to approach marine mammals to obtain images or video that you will use for a discreet project. Examples include documentary films, television series, and books.
Commercial / Educational Photography ,

ESA Scientific Research and Enhancement Permits

These permits are for research or enhancement activities conducted on species protected under the Endangered Species Act. This permit is often referred to as an ESA 10(a)(1)(A) permit.
Scientific Research & Enhancement ,

Incidental Take Authorizations Under the Marine Mammal Protection Act

The MMPA requires that an incidental take authorization be obtained for the unintentional “take” of marine mammals incidental to activities including construction projects, scientific research projects, oil and gas development, and and military exercises.
For Marine Mammals ,

Letter of Confirmation Under the General Authorization

A Letter of Confirmation (LOC) under the General Authorization is an option for researchers: Conducting scientific research on marine mammals that are not threatened or endangered under the ESA, and Whose methods will not exceed Level B har
Scientific Research & Enhancement ,

Letter of Determination for Protected Species Parts and Products

A Letter of Determination allows you to possess, import, export, and sell (in certain circumstances) protected species parts or products.  A part is an unaltered piece of a marine mammal or protected species (e.g., a narwhal tusk, bowhead baleen,
Import / Export / Selling Parts ,

Permits for the Incidental Taking of Endangered and Threatened Species

An Endangered Species Act Section 10(a)(1)(b) Incidental Take Permit is required for any "take" of an endangered or threatened species incidental to, and not the purpose of, an otherwise lawful activity.
For Endangered / Threatened Species ,

Public Display Permit for Marine Mammals

You need a public display permit if you want to: Capture marine mammals from the wild Import marine mammals (See below for export information) A public display permit is not required to maintain marine mammals in public display facilities, such as z
Public Display ,

Scientific Research and Enhancement Permits for Marine Mammals

These permits are for research or enhancement activities conducted on marine mammals protected by the Marine Mammal Protection Act and Endangered Species Act.
Scientific Research & Enhancement ,

Scientific Research Permit for Marine Mammal and Protected Species Parts

A research permit for the collection, receipt, import, and export of parts from protected species under the Marine Mammal Protection Act and the Endangered Species Act.
Scientific Research & Enhancement ,

West Coast Salmon, Steelhead, and Sturgeon Permitting

Permits or other forms of authorization are required under the Endangered Species Act to protect listed species. We are in the process of migrating permitting information to this website including information on protected fish species on the West Coast
West Coast Salmon, Steelhead & Sturgeon ,