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Published Sept. 18, 2017
Expiration date: 10/9/2017

NAME OF APPLICANT:   U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 341 Greeno Road North, Fairhope, Alabama 36532.


LOCATION OF WORK: Project site is located within the Breton Sound/Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana, in Plaquemines Parish, as shown on the attached drawings.


Latitude: 29.484208/Longitude: -89.174708, Hydrologic Unit Code: 08090203 Eastern Louisiana Coastal.


CHARACTER OF WORK: Restoration of the existing North Breton Island which serves as an important rookery site for several migratory bird species.  An addition of approximately 143 acres of beach, 66 acres of dune, and 227 acres of back barrier marsh habitat shall be develop.  Project implementation requires approximately 10,375,454 cubic yards/ 496 acres of native material to be excavated from the Gulf of Mexico borrow area and deposited around the existing island.  The proposed project will result in a net increase in area of these habitat types; therefore, compensatory mitigation has not been proposed.