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08.03.09.00.htm 08.03.09.00. Title 08 DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Subtitle 03 WILDLIFE Chapter 09 Wildlife Possession Authority: Natural Resource Article, §1-104, 10-2A-03, 10-205, 10-206, 10-211, 10-301, 10-401, 10-404―10-409, 10-413, 10-415, 10-418, 10-902, 10-903, 10-907, 10-909, and 10-911; State Government Article, §10-206; Annotated Code of Maryland
08.03.09.01.htm 08.03.09.01. 01 Repealed..
08.03.09.02.htm 08.03.09.02. 02 Dog Training With Call-Back Pens.. A. A person may possess pen-reared quail or chukar partridge for the purpose of training dogs with call-back pens if that person first obtains a game husbandry license. The trainer or anyone assisting in the training shall possess a valid hunting license while training.B. Captive-raised birds released during the training process shall be marked in such a way as to identify the birds as captive-raised birds. The markers shall remain attached
08.03.09.03.htm 08.03.09.03. 03 Rabies Emergency.. A. A person may not import into Maryland any live raccoons, skunks, foxes, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, or any other mammalian wildlife species, or hybrids, for which there is no U.S.D.A. certified vaccine against rabies.B. A person or incorporated or unincorporated organization may not harbor or move within Maryland any live raccoons, skunks, foxes, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, or any other mammalian wildlife species, or hybrids, for which ther
08.03.09.04.htm 08.03.09.04. 04 Importation and Possession of Wildlife.. A. A person or corporation shall obtain a permit from the Service before he may import or possess any live wildlife for release into the wild.B. The Service shall grant a permit only on satisfactory proof that the specific wildlife intended to be imported will:1) Be free of any communicable disease at the time of their importation; and. 2) Not be inimical to the native flora and fauna.. C. Application for the permit shall be filed with
08.03.09.05.htm 08.03.09.05. 05 Repealed..
08.03.09.06.htm 08.03.09.06. 06 Permit to Possess Protected Species of Wildlife Birds.. A. Exceptions. This regulation does not apply to a bird on the threatened or endangered species lists. Further, any person who holds a valid federal bird banding or marking permit with authority to band or mark birds in Maryland, may salvage, for the purpose of donating to a public scientific or educational institution, birds killed or found dead as a result of the permittee's normal banding operations, and casualties fro
08.03.09.07.htm 08.03.09.07. 07 Falconry.. A. Definitions.. 1) In this regulation the following terms have the meanings indicated.. 2) Terms Defined.. a) “Eyas” means a nestling raptor incapable of flight.. b) “Falconer” means the holder of a valid falconry permit issued by the Department.. c) "Falconry" means the sport of hunting game birds and mammals or other wildlife by the means of a trained raptor.d) “Imping” means replacing a damaged feather with a molted feather..
08.03.09.08.htm 08.03.09.08. 08 Raptor Propagation Permits.. A joint Federal-State raptor propagation permit is required before any person may take, possess, transport, sell, purchase, barter, or transfer any raptor, raptor egg, or raptor semen for propagation purposes. These activities are subject to all definitions, application procedures, and requirements as found in 16 U.S.C. §703―711, Code of Federal Regulations, Title 50, Part 21, Subpart A, §21.3, and Subpart C, §21.30, and all other applicable fede
08.03.09.09.htm 08.03.09.09. 09 Retriever Training.. A. For the purposes of retriever training, a person may possess and release captive raised quail, chukar partridge, pheasant, and mallard ducks after obtaining a retriever training permit. Persons accompanying or assisting the permittee are not required to possess a retriever training permit. If the birds are held for more than 72 hours, a game husbandry permit is also required. The permittee or anyone assisting in the training by shooting a fire
08.03.09.10.htm 08.03.09.10. 10 Repealed..
08.03.09.11.htm 08.03.09.11. 11 Deer Cooperator Permit.. A. Scope. A deer cooperator permit issued by the Service allows the permittee to conduct deer removal and handling operations. The fee to apply for this permit is $100. A permit expires 1 year from the date it is issued. If the Service does not issue the permit, the fee shall be refunded.B. The requirements of this chapter are in addition to any requirements imposed by any other agency of State, federal, or local government relating to the:
08.03.09.12.htm 08.03.09.12. 12 Live Cervid Importation and Movement.. A. For the purpose of this regulation, "cervid" means a hoofed mammal that is a member of the Family Cervidae. This includes, but is not limited to, white-tailed deer, mule deer, moose, elk, black-tailed deer, caribou (reindeer) fallow deer, roe deer, musk deer, swamp deer, Pampas deer, tufted deer, red deer, and sika deer.B. A person may not transport a live cervid into or out of the State or transport, move, or possess
08.03.09.13.htm 08.03.09.13. 13 Possession and Trade of Captive Mute Swans.. A. Except as provided in §B of this regulation, it shall be a violation to buy, sell, barter, trade, or transfer any mute swan or mute swan eggs to or from another person.B. Prior to March 1, 2009, a permittee may sell or transfer mute swans to a person residing in another state if the permittee has:1) A letter from the state agency responsible for managing wildlife in the destination state authorizing the import of mute swans; and
08.03.09.14.htm 08.03.09.14. 14 Take of Passage Peregrine Falcon. A. Definitions.. 1) In this regulation, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. 2) Terms Defined.. a) "Allowable take" means the number of passage peregrine falcons authorized by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to be taken from the wild in Maryland in a given year.b) "Apprentice falconer" means a person that holds an apprentice class falconry permit as described in Regulation .07C(1) of this chapter.
08.03.09.9999.htm 08.03.09.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―08 were previously codified as Regulations .07,54, .63, .06, .10, .44, .25, and .66, respectively, under COMAR 08.03.01 Wildlife Conservation. In addition, Regulation .01I―K was previously codified as Regulation .20A―C under COMAR 08.03.01 and Regulation .02D was previously codified as Regulation .19 under COMAR 08.03.01. This recodification was effective June 3, 1985 (12:11 Md. R. 1047)For the history of these
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