ON-LINE PROJECT REVIEW PROCESS
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- Looking for a species list?
- Seeking USFWS/Service’s environmental review of a project?
- Conducting scoping for a project?
- Initiating consultation for endangered species impacts
from a project?
- Looking for guidance on endangered species, migratory
birds, eagles, or NEPA for your project?
provides an on-line Project Review Process for use by landowners,
applicants, consultants, agency personnel, and any other individual
or entity requiring U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service)
review or approval of their project within Oklahoma. Complete
this on-line process before contacting our office.
This on-line Project Review Process provides step-by-step instructions:
At the end of this Project Review Process you will:
- Allowing you to identify federally listed threatened and
endangered species, federal candidate species, federally
proposed species, federally designated critical habitat,
and other federal trust resources that may be present in
your project area.
- Allowing you to determine if your project will adversely
affect any of the above listed resources.
- Informing you if additional consultation with the Service
- Have a complete Project Review Package,
which is required for our review.
- Be able to determine if additional consultation with the
Service is necessary OR be able to certify that you have
completed required coordination with the Service under the
Endangered Species Act1 (ESA).
TO BEGIN THE PROJECT REVIEW PROCESS
||Please note that response times described in Steps 7a and 7b have changed from 60 days (65 for hardcopy submissions) to 45 days (50 for hardcopy submissions).
The Online Concurrence Letter (from Step 7a) and the Online Project Review Request Form (Step 7b) have been updated. Please use these new documents with your project submission.
||The range of the American burying beetle in Oklahoma has been updated, as a result of positive survey findings along the western edge of the ABB's range in 2014. This change results in a range expansion by 3% in Oklahoma, or an additional 576,738 acres.|
Project Review Website Known Issues
||Our email return receipt for email@example.com
can provide only one response per email address every
four hours. If you submit multiple requests within a four
hour window, you may use the return receipt email from
your initial project request as proof of additional project
1Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1531-1544,
87 Stat. 884), as amended.