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Endangered resources permits and licenses

Endangered and threatened species permit

Wisconsin's endangered species law allows the department to authorize the taking, exportation, transportation or possession of listed plant or animal species via an Endangered and Threatened Species Permit if the activity is for zoological, educational or scientific purposes, or for propagation in captivity for preservation purposes.


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Annual report
Expiring Permits

Supplemental information describing work or activities conducted under this permit should be emailed separately to Analise Lindborg or by mail to the address below.

Analise Lindborg
Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation
PO Box 7921
Madison WI 53707-7921

You can find information about other DNR permits on the DNR Licenses, Permits and Registrations page, or by using the Wisconsin Permit Primer, which provides a step-by-step, question-and-answer tour of DNR regulatory programs for small businesses.

Last revised: Friday August 11 2017