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Louisiana Field Office

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Ecological Services Fax (337) 291-3139

646 Cajundome Blvd., Suite 400 Office (337) 291-3100

Lafayette, LA 70506 Email:

To: Office of Coastal Management

From: FWS (Angela Trahan, 337/291-3137)

Fax: 225/342-6760

Pages: 12

Phone: 1-800-267-4019

Date: 9/24/2013

Re: CUP request for CWPPRA BS-24 Geotech



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Please find attached a Joint Permit Application for geotechnical investigations proposed for the CWPPRA BS-24, Terracing and Marsh Creation South of Big Mar Project. If you have questions pertaining to the permit, please contact Angela Trahan of this office. Thanks.

Louisiana Black Bear Scientific Name: Ursus americanus luteolus
Family: Ursidae Status: Threatened – Federal
Register: January 7, 1992
DESCRIPTION: The Louisiana Black Bear is one of sixteen recognized subspecies of the American black bear U. Americanus. The Louisiana Black Bear historical range includes Louisiana, Southern Mississippi and Eastern Texas. The Louisiana Black Bear is distinguished from other black bears by possessing a skull that is longer, more narrow, and flat, and by possessing proportionately large molar teeth. Black bears are huge, bulky mammals with long black hair. Although weight varies considerably, large males may weigh more than 600 pounds. Black bears are making a comeback in the lower Mississippi River Valley, due largely to the efforts of state and federal agencies, conservation organizations, universities, timber companies, farmers and other private landowners.

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