|If you:||You must have a/an:||Fees and notes|
|Use a helicopter to locate, pursue, take, harass, or kill feral hogs||Aerial Feral Hog Control Permit|
|Take white-tailed deer during the closed season when deer are causing substantial damage to commercial agricultural crops or orchards||Emergency Deer Removal Permit||Free. For more information, contact Melissa Collins at email@example.com or 225.763.8584.|
|Dredge fill material, sand, or gravel from water bottoms of the state||Dredge Fill Material License||
Fees vary depending on the license class:
See the rules and regulations and state statute for more information.
Submit payments to:
Submit application, required documents, and copy of payment via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
|Houseboat Mooring Permit||Free. Contact Matthew Weigel at 985.543.4777 for more information.|
|Are holding an organized event on the water that may introduce extra or unusual safety hazards on navigable waterways||Marine Event Permit|
|Take squirrels found destroying commercial crops of pecans||Nuisance Squirrel Permit||Free. Valid for 30 days from the date permit is issued. For more information, contact Melissa Collins at email@example.com or 225.763.8584.|
|Offer commercial services for controlling nuisance wildlife||Nuisance Wildlife Control Operator Permit|
|Control feral hogs, armadillos, coyotes, nutria, and beavers on private property at night from September through February (under applicable rules and regulations and considerations specified by permit)||Outlaw Quadruped, Nutria, and Beaver Night Take Permit||
Free. Complete and submit permit application, along with required documents, to your Regional Enforcement Captain. For more information, contact your Regional Enforcement Office or Melissa Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org or 225.763.8584.
|Conduct activities or uses that could have detrimental ecological impacts on designated Scenic Rivers||Scenic Rivers Permit|
|Capture/handle wildlife, fish, or threatened or endangered plants in Louisiana for research or monitoring purposes, whether individuals are temporarily held (e.g. bird banding) or lethally collected||Scientific Collecting Permit||
Free. Note that you must also have federal permits for some projects such as those related to migratory birds and endangered species.
For information on freshwater or saltwater fish permits, contact Rob Bourgeois at email@example.com or 225.765.0765. For information on LDWF's Wildlife Diversity Program or terrestrial permits, contact Sarabeth Klueh-Mundy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 225.765.0239.
|Conduct any seismic exploration activity in the state of Louisiana||Seismic Exploration Permits|
|Possess migratory birds for taxidermy work and perform taxidermy work on migratory birds||Taxidermy Work Permit||Contact the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Migratory Bird Permit Office at 404.679.7049.|
|Import, transport, or possess live triploid grass carp in Louisiana for use in privately owned waterbodies||Triploid Grass Carp Possession and Transportation Permit||
$50. Complete application and submit with applicable fee to address on application. Call 225.765.2898 to check on permit status. Contact your LDWF regional office for questions regarding grass carp stocking. Note that you may only purchase triploid grass carp from an approved fingerling producer.
|Import, transport, possess, and sell live triploid grass carp in Louisiana||Triploid Grass Carp Sales Permit||
$250. Complete application and submit with applicable fee to address on application. Call 225.765.2898 to check on permit status.
|Rehabilitate wildlife in Louisiana||Wildlife Rehabilitation Permit|
Miscellaneous Licenses and Permits