No. Wildlife protection laws - and exemptions - are many and complex, and international, federal, state and local rules and permit systems are difficult to navigate. As far as we know, there’s no way to clearly map out across the country where any clearing above a certain threshold would be illegal. Because of that, we’ve narrowed down our search to areas where clearing events are more likely to be unlawful, or at least have significant impacts on rare and threatened wildlife and ecosystems of national public interest.