New Jersey Field Office No Effect Letter

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New Jersey Field Office No Effect Letter

Documentation of circumstances under which Federal action agencies may conclude consultation with a "no effect" determination. In such cases, Service review and concurrence is not required and is not available from the New Jersey Field Office. 

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Ross Conover, New Jersey Field Office
Assistant Supervisor
Endangered Species,
Conservation Planning Assistance
at-risk pollinators (frosted elfin, eastern arogos skipper, monarch butterfly),
golden-winged warbler,
bald eagle,
sea turtles
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