The Project entails constructing, operating, and maintaining a 250-megawatt solar photovoltaic energy facility, including solar panel arrays, gathering power lines, a substation, access roads, buildings, two evaporation ponds, and an approximately three-mile long generation tie-line to convey electricity to the existing Morro-Bay-Midway transmission line. The Project as originally permitted would result in permanent impacts to 1,782 acres and temporary impacts to 80 acres of San Joaquin kit fox (Vulpes macrotis mutica), giant kangaroo rat (Dipodomys ingens), and San Joaquin antelope squirrel (Ammospemophilus nelsoni) habitat. The Project is expected to result in incidental take permit and the previous three Amendments (collectively referred to herein as "ITP) for this Project, as issued by the Department of Fish and Game, authorizes incidental take of species listed under CESA that may occur as a result of Project implementation. Minor Amendment No. 4 to the ITP adds a fourth phase to mitigation lands acquisition and allows that acquisition to occur after the final construction phase, permits a specific activity to occur at night. Includes additional habitat restoration activities as Covered Activities, reduces the allowable permanent impact by 195 acres, increases the allowable temporary impacts by 131 acres, and replaces the Project layout maps with more accurate, up-to-date, Project plan sheets that reflect minor adjustments in the Project footprint.