Who Administers BMAP?

The administrative authority for BMAP rests with NCWRC, but enabling legislation allows NCWRC to transfer program administration, upon agreement, to Wildlife Services, view the G.S. 113-291.10.  Presently, Wildlife Services administers BMAP according to a plan developed by the Beaver Damage Control Advisory Board (the Advisory Board) and approved by NCWRC.  The administration of BMAP follows the state fiscal year, July 1 to June 30.

The Advisory Board is composed of representatives from nine state and federal agencies and non-governmental organizations. It meets at least once annually to review the previous year’s accomplishments and to make recommendations for the coming year.

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1. Who is Eligible?
2. Who Administers BMAP?
3. How is BMAP Funded?