Special Use Permits (SUP) are used to manage the amount and type of uses on a National Wildlife Refuge. Permits are also used as a contract between the Refuge Manager and the Permittee. They clearly explain what is expected of the Permittee with respect to restrictions, policies, reporting, etc., and they provide a protection to the Permittee by explaining what to expect from the Service in terms of support. We encourage you to contact refuge management at least three months in advance of your work to begin the SUP process. If you are found conducting an activity that requires a SUP without the appropriate permission you could be subject to legal action. Daniel T. McDonald, Wildlife BiologistWichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge 32 Refuge HeadquartersIndiahoma, OK 73552 phone: 580-429-2161fax: 580-429-9323Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgA Research and Monitoring Special Use Permit is required for all scientific research studies occurring on National Wildlife Refuges. The permit application and an operational plan should give Refuge staff the information needed to determine whether or not to allow the activity and what special conditions may be needed to safeguard Refuge resources and the experiences of visitors. Because of this, an early teleconference or a meeting between Refuge staff and the project leader is recommended.
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