Therefore, users who enter the location of their project into IPaC.
A Guide to the Bats of Virginia Northern Long-Eared Bat Winter Habitat & Roost Trees To better address project review requirements regarding northern long-eared bats (NLEB) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 4(d) rule pursuant to listing of NLEB as a federally Threatened species, VDGIF has worked with USFWS and the Virginia Department of.
Jul 01, Bat data layers: Unless otherwise indicated, all hibernacula locations are randomly offset, and then circumscribed by 2 Known hibernacula for Northern Long-Eared Bats, Little Brown Bats, and Tri-Colored Bats currently TOYR for tree removal, tree timbering, and/or prescribed burns from April 1 – November Coordinate with the.
Kansas Natural Heritage Inventory.
Jun 03, Northern Long-eared Bat Hibernacula and Maternity Roost Tree Location Information. The northern long-eared bat 4(d) rule prohibits incidental take that may occur from tree removal activities within feet of a known occupied maternity roost tree during the pup season (June 1 to July 31) or within a 1/4 mile of a hibernation site, year round. Tree Cutting and Northern Long Eared Bat s.
The Northern Long Eared Bat, is listed as. Threatened. by the United State Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), and is protected under the Endangered Species Act.
Document Purpose: Describe the process for streamlined consultation under the. Incidental take (see Definitions below) of northern long-eared bats is prohibited if it occurs as a result of removing a known occupied maternity roost tree or removing trees within feet of a known occupied maternity roost tree during the pup season from June 1 through July 31 or as a result of removing trees from within mile of a hibernaculum at any time of year.
This does not mean that. Feb 24, In Virginia, the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries website identifies the approximate location of known hibernacula and known maternity roost trees for the northern long-eared bat.
In Maryland, you must coordinate with the USFWS Chesapeake Field Office for any tree clearing in Allegany, Garrett, and Washington Counties.