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<br />l <br />I. <br /> <br />~()~-as <br /> <br />- <br /> <br />WashingtOl~ Department ofFish and Wildlife <br />Bald Eagle Site Management Plan <br />RCW 77.12.655 . <br />WAC 232-12-292 <br /> <br />Eagle Territory: Hazel Point # 706 <br /> <br />Applicant . <br />Carol A Miller <br />19689 7th Ave NE # 208 <br />Poulsbo, W A 98370 <br /> <br />Property <br />Lot # 4 of Hazel Point Large Lot <br />Subdivision, Parcel # 501 025004 <br />Toandos Peninsula <br />Jefferson County <br />TWP 25 N, R 1 W, Sec. 2, NW 1/4 <br /> <br />Pendinl! Activitv <br />Residential Development: Construction of a 3000 sq. ft. 3 bd. Rm. 2 bath, single-family <br />residence, 40 ft X 36 ft garage and shop structure, drilling a well, installation of a septic <br />system and buried utilities. The removal or topping iffeasible of 12 Red Alder with dead <br />tops is also part of the proposal. These trees are considered hazardous to individuals <br />walking a trail from residence to viewing platform along shoreline bluff edge. <br /> <br />FACTORS CONSIDERED <br /> <br />~'':'" <br /> <br />1) Landowners' goals were considered through a review of proposed construction <br />locations shown on attached site map. Consultant Kenneth D Gilbertson <br />conducted a site visit on November 11, 2006 to review proposed site development <br />on lot # 4. On November 29, 2006 Shelly Ament ofWDFW and consultant <br />Kenneth D Gilbertson met on site to further review location of proposed <br />structures and determine where close proximity active nests # 5 and # 6 are <br />situated. In May, 2007 Consultant Kenneth D Gilbertson met with landowners on <br />' site to ~eview proposed new homesite location. <br /> <br />2) Bald eagle habitat use was considered by analysis of territory integrity through <br />time, current surrounding habitat conditions, potential for blowdown, current <br />status of the bald eagle population and scientific literature concerning bald eagle <br />'habitat protection. The Bald Eagle Management Plan prepared for the Subdivision <br />and one prepared for adjacent lots # 5 and # 6 were also reviewed. <br /> <br />BACKGROUND <br /> <br />The Hazel Point Bald Eagle Nesting Territory # 706 is located west of Hazel Point at the <br />southern tip of To and os Peninsula, Jefferson County, Washington (Figure 1). The <br />territory has been monitored since 1984. Over the last decade a total of 6 bald eagle nest ' <br />trees have been documented along the south-facing shoreline of the peninsula (Figure 2). <br /> <br />Page 1 of9 <br />