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Changes to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Eagle Parts Request Application Process

Starting on October 1st, 2021 , the National Eagle Repository started processing all eagle feather permit requests, not the regions.  During the 2018 tribal consultation on potential changes to 50 CFR 22.22 regulations, Tribes identified eagle feather permit process as confusing and slow. As a result of the consultation, the Service decided to streamline the permitting process by designating the National Eagle Repository to process eagle feather requests and permits as a policy change now.

This policy change includes all new applications, amendments (e.g. name change, contact information), and re-orders. Moving forward, tribal members should submit paper permit applications (Form 3-200-15a) directly to the National Eagle Repository, rather than to the regional Migratory Bird Permit Offices.  

Here is contact information for the National Eagle Repository including address, phone number, general email, and link to their website:

National Eagle Repository

6550 Gateway Road, RMA, Bldg. 128

Commerce City, CO 80022

(303) 287-2110

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