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703-712. 15. Airport. This permit would provide State and Tribal fish and wildlife agencies flexibility within predefined guidelines to address conflicts caused by cormorants within their jurisdictions. Specific conditions include those pertaining to lethal take during the breeding season. The number of birds authorized for take for each subpopulation will depend on (a) the number of States that request a State permit, and (b) the number of birds each State/Tribe requests to take in order to minimize their particular conflict. Under this permit, the Service would authorize State and Tribal fish and wildlife agencies to conduct lethal take to reduce conflicts involving depredation at State- and Tribal-owned or operated aquaculture facilities (including hatcheries); impacts to health and human safety; impacts to threatened and endangered species (as listed under the ESA and listed species identified in State- or Tribal-specific legislation as threatened or endangered) or those listed as Species of Greatest Conservation Need in State Wildlife Action Plans; damage to State- or Tribal-owned property and assets; and depredations of wild and publicly stocked fish managed by State fish and wildlife agencies or federally recognized Tribes and accessible to the public or all Tribal members. This table of contents is a navigational tool, processed from the Permits will be issued annually. If a permit is justified, a USDA biologist will issue a WS Form 37 to the requestor. The reversal did not result in any errors in estimating PTL. Each application must contain the general information and certification required in § 13.12(a) of this subchapter, and the following additional information: Agency Response to Impact on Small Businesses Concerns: This collection associated with the new permit affects only State and Tribal governments, and does not impact small businesses. As the Federal regulatory wildlife agency, the U.S. Agency Response to Development of Guidelines Concerns: The Service received many comments either in favor of or opposed to using nonlethal methods in all situations. Presently, however, the Service does not have the necessary process or resources to adequately monitor take under any new depredation order. Agency Response to Geographic and Temporal Scope Comments: The new permit would be available to all States and federally recognized Tribes in the contiguous 48 States. However, prior to applying for permits to take cormorants, individuals and entities experiencing conflicts with cormorants should attempt nonlethal techniques (e.g., hazing, habitat modification) to alleviate the conflict. Therefore, this rule is not a “significant regulatory action” under the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act. 2. The Service encourages the State and Tribal agencies to seek a new permit under this final rule to accomplish its goals, as that permit would be less costly, but also sufficient for a State or Tribe to meet its needs. Before sharing sensitive information online, make sure you’re on a .gov or .mil site by inspecting your browser’s address (or “location”) bar. Those States and Tribes interested in obtaining the new permit would likely have staff and resources in place with dedicated duties falling within the scope of conflicts associated with cormorants. Permits issued by the Service to take birds are one method available to reduce conflicts. The new special permit would not apply to private landowners. Please provide a copy of your comments to the Service Information Collection Clearance Officer, U.S. In December 2019, in response to requests for increased take to alleviate growing conflicts, the Service issued a notice (84 FR 69762-69762, December 19, 2019) that it would implement a different proposed alternative analyzed in the 2017 EA (Potential Take Limit Alternative) that had a higher annual take threshold, increasing the take of cormorants authorized by permits to 74,396. Lethal take of adults during the breeding season should occur prior to hatching of eggs to avoid the loss of adults that likely would result in orphaning chicks and their ultimate death due to starvation. If a State or Tribe determines a permit under this rule would meet their needs, upon receiving the permit, that State or Tribe would have the discretion to determine whether, when, where, and for which of the above purposes they conduct lethal take within limits and allocations set by the Service. (2) FWS Form 3-202-56, Annual Report: The State or Tribe must submit an annual report (FWS Form 3-202-56) detailing activities, including the dates, Start Printed Page 85545numbers, and locations and life stages of birds, eggs, and nests taken and nonlethal techniques utilized, by January 31 for activities conducted during the preceding calendar year. On the comment of taking cormorants at any location and at any time, actions under the permit may be conducted during any time of the year, unless specified otherwise in the permit's terms and conditions. By authorizing conflict-management activities at the State or Tribal level, instead of at the Department of the Interior Regional level, management activities will be more responsive and timely than is currently the case. Agency Response to Allocation and Scope of Authorized Take Comments: States and Tribes would not be required to request a permit, and those entities within States or Tribes not seeking a new permit would continue to be able to apply for individual depredation permits (except those that address wild and publicly stocked fisheries). The Service considered the impacts of issuing depredation permits on nontarget migratory birds, including threatened and endangered species. 703-712), as amended, which implements conventions with Great Britain (for Canada), Mexico, Japan, and Russia. In expanding authority given to the States and Tribes via this permit, workload burdens may shift with more being borne by the States and Tribes and less by the Service. (7) The name and telephone number of the individual in your agency who will oversee the double-crested cormorant management activities authorized under the permit. Given the controversial nature of this issue and the novel approach toward reducing conflicts, the Service concludes annual permits and annual reporting by permittees are appropriate at this time. 2006. Koneff. Private landowners may apply for a depredation permit (50 CFR 21.41) to alleviate damage to some types of property (i.e., buildings and infrastructure; vehicles and equipment; some types of vegetation; and display animals, such as those in zoo exhibits). Methods used to determine population sizes and allowable take levels in this rule are detailed in the USFWS Final Environmental Impact Statement: Management of Conflicts Associated with Double-crested Cormorants (USFWS 2020). As the Federal regulatory wildlife agency, the U.S. Similarly, the Service is rejecting the no action alternative because it could potentially have a negative effect on wild and publicly stocked fish, as it would not allow for take of cormorants found to be heavily depredating a fishery. Version 2.07.2017. This form must be completed for each transfer, acquisition, release, loss, or rebanding of a migratory bird held under your permit. States, Tribes, and other stakeholders can provide assistance and information. The Service expects the number of conflicts to increase, and we expect that demand for authorizations to take cormorants will continue to increase as a means to reduce those conflicts in the future. Depredation of fish at State- and Tribal-owned or operated aquaculture facilities, including hatcheries; 2. Small businesses include finfish farming and fish hatcheries (NAICS 112511) and other types of commercial aquaculture farms (NAICS Code 112519). Often, a combination of measures is the most effective way to address conflicts associated with cormorants. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior, (202) 208-1050. The PTL estimate considers all forms of take and is conservative in that the lower 60 percent confidence interval of the PTL was used. Any employee or subpermittee authorized by the State or Tribe to carry out actions under the special permit must retain in their possession a copy of the State's or Tribe's permit while carrying out any action. The conflicts with these Start Printed Page 85540managed fisheries are increasingly causing concerns with State and Tribal fish and wildlife agencies, particularly those involved with providing recreational fishing opportunities. The Service does not have empirical information to quantify the changes in costs as a result of this new permit, because we do not know how many States and Tribes would avail themselves of this permit and the extent to which conflicts would be addressed using it. The Service therefore revised the language in the Start Printed Page 85550final rule to better encompass the lands and waters managed by State and Tribal fish and wildlife management agencies stating that, under this (special double-crested cormorant) permit, the Service authorizes State and Tribal fish and wildlife agencies to conduct lethal take of double-crested cormorants that is normally prohibited and is intended to relieve or prevent impacts from cormorants on lands or in waters managed by those agencies within their respective jurisdictions. A nongovernmental organization commented in support of a nationwide depredation order, stating that individual depredation permits are ineffective due to the unpredictable migratory patterns of cormorants making it difficult to effectively assess where individual permits are needed. 703 et seq.) Find this particular information collection by selecting “Currently under Review—Open for Public Comments” or by using the search function. 13132. 2017. Step 3. Therefore, from October 2003 through May 2016, the Service authorized the take of cormorants pursuant to the two depredation orders (which covered certain States), through the issuance of depredation permits for activities in States not addressed in the two depredation orders, and through the issuance of scientific collecting permits (50 CFR 21.23). Similarly, some State agencies mentioned that “redundant” documentation required under the proposed new permit process could delay control and impede success. (v) Individuals conducting lethal take activities may not use decoys, calls, or other devices or bait to lure birds within gun range. documents in the last year, 656 Those States and Tribes not wishing to obtain this new permit may apply for a depredation permit (50 CFR 21.41) to address site-specific conflicts with cormorants. 13563 emphasizes further that regulations must be based on the best available science and that the rulemaking process must allow for public participation and an open exchange of ideas. It is not an official legal edition of the Federal The State or Tribe must submit the annual report to the appropriate Migratory Bird Permit Office (see § 2.2 of this subchapter). Agency Response to Depredation Order Comments: As explained in the DEIS, the Service would apply an annual maximum allowable take threshold across all the needs identified by stakeholders. As part of our continuing effort to reduce paperwork and respondent burdens, we invite the public and other Federal agencies to comment on any aspect of this information collection, including: (1) Whether or not the collection of information is necessary for the proper performance of the functions of the agency, including whether or not the information will have practical utility; (2) The accuracy of our estimate of the burden for this collection of information, including the validity of the methodology and assumptions used; (3) Ways to enhance the quality, utility, and clarity of the information to be collected; and. The Service has difficulties estimating impacts to recreational fisheries because few studies have investigated direct economic impacts of cormorant management on recreational fisheries. documents in the last year. rendition of the daily Federal Register on FederalRegister.gov does not A Tribal Commission commented in support of Alternative D, a general depredation order. As stated in the rule and NEPA analyses, States and Tribes would not be required to request a permit, and those entities within States or Tribes not seeking a new permit would continue to be able to apply for individual depredation permits (individual depredation permits would not authorize the take of cormorants to protect wild or stocked fish except when circumstances require the protection of federally listed species). One commenter requested the Service require a control moratorium during the nesting season when chicks are present. ), whenever an agency is required to publish a notice of rulemaking for any proposed or final rule, it must prepare and make available for public comment a regulatory flexibility analysis that describes the effects of the rule on small entities (i.e., small businesses, small organizations, and small government jurisdictions). This PDF is Take of double-crested cormorants may occur by means of humane lethal take or active nest take. For example, the regional office to which a commercial aquaculture producer would apply can issue a permit for more than one State and across regional boundaries. (3) Recordkeeping Requirements: Any State or Tribal agency, when exercising the privileges of this permit, must keep records of all activities, including those of subpermittees, carried out under the authority of the special permit. The increase in cormorant abundance across areas of North America and the subsequent range expansion of cormorants has been well documented along with concerns of the negative impacts associated with the expanding population (e.g., Taylor and Dorr 2003, Hunter et al. NC restrictions on Rabies Vector Species Bats, foxes, raccoons, skunks and coyotes cannot be rehabilitated in NC. U.S. It is your responsibility to obtain the appropriate federal permits in adtiondi to yourptive NJ Ca Gmea Permit. Some commenters stated that the Service failed to address the cumulative impacts of climate change and other cormorant take, and should therefore evaluate the cumulative impact of other cormorant take, such as the planned hunting seasons in Ontario, Canada. Several State agencies and commenters voiced a need for clarity on the scope of authorized take within a new cormorant depredation permit for States and Tribes outlined in the proposed rule. (ii) A permit under this section does not authorize the take of any other migratory bird, including other species of cormorants; the take of bald or golden eagles; or the take of any species federally listed as threatened or endangered. In accordance with E.O. 7. The Service encourages State and Tribal fish and wildlife agencies to coordinate with subpermittees to assess take measures that address long-term prevention of depredation where possible, and to conduct monitoring in conjunction with the Service as it develops its population monitoring plan. However, the Service concludes that this rule will result in an overall net benefit to facilities as it will provide another option to control double-crested cormorants that are negatively impacting their operations. The Central Flyway Council recommended annual reporting of control activities conducted under each permit, similar to what was required in the past, and a periodic cormorant population assessment at a decadal interval while encouraging the Service to explore the efficacy of existing monitoring programs. Step 5. However, no regulatory flexibility analysis is required if the head of the agency certifies the rule will not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities. A detailed description of the nonlethal methods (i.e., active hazing, passive hazing, habitat management, and changes in management practices) you have and/or will implement and how activities will address one or more of the issues specified above in this paragraph (1); c. The requested annual take of double-crested cormorants by life-stage, including eggs and nests; d. A description of long-term plans to eliminate or significantly reduce continued need to take double-crested cormorants; e. A statement indicating that the State or Tribe will inform and brief all employees and subpermittees of the requirements of these regulations and permit conditions; f. A list of all subpermittees who may conduct activities under the Special Double-Crested Cormorant Permit, including their names, addresses, and telephone numbers; and. Albuquerque, NM 87103 (505) 248-7882. Step 3. Types of migratory bird permits. The rule does not have a significant or unique effect on State, local, or Tribal governments or the private sector, and the permit is optional to States and Tribes. Lethal take may be required to resolve these issues or reinforce the effectiveness of non-lethal dispersal. (612) 713-5436 Fax (612) 713-5393 Email: permitsR3MB@fws.gov Regulations pertaining to specific migratory bird permit types are at 50 CFR parts 21 and 22. Commenters expressed concern that a new permit process would be overly burdensome to implement, which could delay cormorant control efforts and impede management success. You should use non-lethal methods prior to applying for a Permit and continue using non-lethal management in conjunction with the lethal methods allowed on the permit. Available at: http://www.waterbirdconservation.org/​. The U.S. The list of migratory birds protected by the MBTA includes raptors and is found in 50 CFR 10.13. 2020-28742 Filed 12-28-20; 8:45 am], updated on 1:30 PM on Friday, January 8, 2021, updated on 8:45 AM on Friday, January 8, 2021. 2003. on Those States and Tribes interested in obtaining the new permit would likely have staff and resources in place with dedicated duties falling within the scope of conflicts associated with cormorants. One State agency in that flyway requested clarification on how much potential new monitoring or reporting a State would have to agree to, and the amount of time and resources that would need to be invested. Active nest take may occur by egg oiling or destruction of nest material and contents (including viable eggs and chicks). Permittees may also consult with USDA Wildlife Services for additional assistance to determine when nonlethal methods are insufficient. One State agency requested that the Service provide States seeking permits with a guide or Best Management Practices on nonlethal methods of resource protection. offers a preview of documents scheduled to appear in the next day's Lastly, the Central Flyway Council recommended the Flyway process be used to notify the Service of which States within each Flyway will be participating in the new permit. We considered comments on the ANPR in developing the proposed rule, and comments on the DEIS and proposed rule when developing this final rule. In most cases, the kill of birds is higher when using decoys than when they are not used (e.g., use of decoys in hunting situations). For more information, visit the USFWS Migratory Bird Program website (Leaves DEC website) or call DEC's Special Licenses Unit at 518-402-8985. The private property owner or occupant should also allow access at all reasonable times, including during actual operations, to any Service special agent or refuge officer, State or Tribal wildlife or deputy wildlife agent, warden, protector, or other wildlife law enforcement officer on the premises where they are, or were, conducting activities. Adult birds may not be taken at any nest with young in it unless the take of adults addresses a human health and safety issue. The purpose of the monitoring protocols will be to provide scientifically defensible estimates and/or indices of double-crested cormorant population abundance, biologically allowable take, and observed take. Some states may have slightly different or additional requirements; your USDA WS biologist can provide guidance on such issues. USFWS. Commenters cited that nonlethal methods are not effective in all cases; some may be cost-prohibitive, and some may not respond well in situations where birds may become habituated to nonlethal management. Another State agency stated that the method by which take will be allocated across the western population is unclear from the DEIS and needs to be clarified. Quicker resolution of conflicts ultimately may result in fewer complaints regarding cormorants. The Service used population data from Canada in the subpopulation estimates, and will work closely with Ontario on population monitoring and obtain take data and incorporate it into our assessments. Some State agencies and Flyway Councils provided specific recommendations for population monitoring. Therefore, creating a new State and Tribal cormorant permit would enable the Service to more efficiently respond to the needs of States and Tribes seeking relief from conflicts associated with Start Printed Page 85538cormorants. This process has been used to determine allowable take levels for cormorants in a previous EA (USFWS 2017) and for other species, including several bird species (e.g., USFWS 2009, Runge et al. No permit is required merely to scare or herd migratory birds other than threatened or endangered species or bald or golden eagles (see 50 CFR 21.41). As requests to take cormorants increase, the use of multiple individual depredation permits to address conflicts within State and Tribal jurisdictions will become increasingly time-consuming and burdensome. While conflicts exist between cormorants and some stakeholders, birders and other interested parties value cormorants for their aesthetic and existence values. The Service must therefore continue to rely on individual permits for private and commercial entities. (2) When may a State or Tribe conduct management and control activities? California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Pacific Island Territories . Division of Migratory Bird Management, Arlington, Virginia. Cormorants are migratory waterbirds protected by the MBTA. The Court concluded that the Service failed to consider a reasonable range of alternatives in its 2014 environmental assessment (EA) and directed the Service to take “a hard look” at the effects of the depredation orders on double-crested cormorant populations and other affected resources. Written comments and recommendations for the information collection should be sent within 30 days of publication of this document to www.reginfo.gov/​public/​do/​PRAMain. OMB has reviewed the information collection requirements in this rule and assigned OMB Control Number 1018-0175. A number of State agencies recommended that the Service develop guidelines for determining when there is sufficient proof that nonlethal mechanisms are ineffective at resolving conflicts. Take of double-crested cormorants under this section may not exceed the number authorized by the permit. For applications, recordkeeping, and policy through Proclamations nontarget Migratory birds Office should be submitted to the rule! 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