The developer may start the project without agreement, provided that the developer executes the project as indicated in the inscription and complies with all measures for the protection of fisheries resources and wild animals. Callus. Fish & Game Code § 1602 (a) (4) (A) (i). Within 30 days of receipt of the draft contract, the proponent must notify the CDFW in writing if it agrees with the wildlife and fisheries protection measures contained in the project. The CDFW conducts a preliminary check of the developer`s notification of the change to the creek bed or sea bed to determine if the message is complete. Callus. Fish & Game Code § 1602 (a) (2). If necessary, the CDFW may require a location inspection of the project site to ensure that the submitted notification describes the proposed project in a complete and accurate manner. If the CDFW does not issue a draft contract within 60 days of receipt of the developer`s notification of the change in the stream or sea bed, the developer may proceed with the project as described in the inscription, including all measures to protect fisheries resources and wildlife. . .