- Contact information
- For information on this BITP/A, contact:
- Melissa Tumbleson
ER Review specialist
No/low impact activities Broad Incidental Take Permit/Authorization
The Broad Incidental Take Permit/Authorization (BITP/A) allows for the incidental taking (mortality) of state threatened and endangered animals and plants that may occur during specific no/low impact project activities. The department recognizes that some projects will have no or very low impact to endangered resources and therefore approved this permit (used by non-state agencies and individuals) and authorization (used by state agencies).
Watch this instructional video that further explains the process.
Activities covered by the BITP/A
Certain activities are covered and include all state endangered and threatened species for these categories.
- NRCS Standard Practices
Is your project covered?
Search Table 1 of the BITP/A for your activity.
- Yes — and your project requires other DNR permits.
- Yes — and no other DNR permits required.
- Fill out the reporting form and submit it at the end of the calendar year.