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08.03.10.00.htm 08.03.10.00. Title 08 DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Subtitle 03 WILDLIFE Chapter 10 General Wildlife Hunting Regulations Authority: Natural Resources Article, §10-205, 10-206, 10-301, 10-404―10-409, 10-412, 10-415, 10-418, 10-902, and 10-903, Annotated Code of Maryland; Ch. 427, Acts of 2013
08.03.10.01.htm 08.03.10.01. 01 Repealed..
08.03.10.02.htm 08.03.10.02. 02 Recorded Bird or Animal Calls.. A. Except as provided in §B of this regulation, an individual, or two or more individuals together, may not hunt or attempt to hunt game birds or mammals, except foxes, coyote, raccoon, opossum, striped skunk, fisher, and crows, with the aid of or possession of:1) Recorded bird or animal calls or sounds;. 2) Recorded or electrically amplified imitations of bird or animal calls or sounds; or.
08.03.10.03.htm 08.03.10.03. 03 Crippled Game.. Every game bird or game animal wounded by hunting and reduced to possession by the hunter shall be immediately killed.
08.03.10.04.htm 08.03.10.04. 04 Repealed..
08.03.10.05.htm 08.03.10.05. 05 Shooting From Unpaved Highways.. A person may not shoot from or across any public highway, whether paved or unpaved..
08.03.10.06.htm 08.03.10.06. 06 Repealed..
08.03.10.07.htm 08.03.10.07. 07 Baiting.. A. A person may not hunt, or attempt to hunt, any upland game bird (except pheasant and quail) or wetland game birds, by the aid of baiting, or on or over any baited area if the person knows or reasonably should know that the area is a baited area.B. Definitions.. 1) As used in this regulation, "baiting" means the placing, exposing, depositing, distributing, or scattering of shelled, shucked or unshucked corn, wheat or other grain, salt, or other feed so as to
08.03.10.08.htm 08.03.10.08. 08 Repealed..
08.03.10.09.htm 08.03.10.09. 09 Special Permit ― Disabled Persons.. A. A person who possesses a valid hunting license and who has a disability which impairs his mobility may receive a permit from the Department to hunt from a vehicle. However, the person may not shoot or have a loaded weapon in the vehicle while the vehicle is on a public roadway or the shoulder of a public roadway.B. To be issued a Universal Disability Pass a person shall:. 1) Submit a completed Department application to th
08.03.10.10.htm 08.03.10.10. 10 Guiding on Service Owned or Controlled Lands.. A person may not guide hunting parties for economic gain on those lands owned or controlled by the Department of Natural Resources and managed by the Service.
08.03.10.11.htm 08.03.10.11. 11 Monetary Value of Wildlife Injured, Killed, or Destroyed ― Repealed..
08.03.10.12.htm 08.03.10.12. 12 Migratory Game Bird Harvest Information Program Permit and Validation.. A. Before an individual may hunt wetland game birds, dove, or woodcock, during hunting seasons established by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service pursuant to 50 CFR 20, an individual shall obtain a Migratory Game Bird Harvest Information Program Permit. A printed validation is required in addition to any other required licenses or stamps to hunt wetland game birds, dove, and woodcock.B. An individual who is e
08.03.10.13.htm 08.03.10.13. 13 Hunter Identification.. An individual, while hunting or attempting to hunt, shall carry on the individual's person a photo identification, or a secondary form of positive identification, in addition to any license that is required by Natural Resources Article, §10-301, Annotated Code of Maryland. Upon demand, the individual shall exhibit the identification to:A. The Natural Resources Police;. B. Any law enforcement officer;.
08.03.10.14.htm 08.03.10.14. 14 Hunting from a Ground Blind.. A. Definition.. 1) In this regulation, the following term has the meaning indicated.. 2) Term Defined. "Ground blind" means any structure with four sides and a top, placed less than 4 feet off the ground.B. Except as provided in §C of this regulation, a person may not hunt or assist with hunting while the person is in a ground blind unless the person displays on or within 25 feet of the blind:
08.03.10.15.htm 08.03.10.15. 15 Snow Goose Conservation Hunt Permit and Validation.. A. Before an individual may hunt light geese (greater and lesser snow geese or Ross's geese) during the Light Goose Conservation Season established by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service pursuant to 50 CFR 21, an individual shall obtain a Snow Goose Conservation Hunt Permit in addition to any other required licenses or stamps.B. An individual who is exempt from purchasing a hunting license by any provision of Natural Resourc
08.03.10.16.htm 08.03.10.16. 16 Hunting Near a School.. A person, while hunting for any wild bird or mammal, may not shoot or discharge any firearm within 300 yards of a school building containing one or more classrooms while the building is occupied.
08.03.10.9999.htm 08.03.10.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―09 were previously codified as Regulations .12, .15, .17, .45, .48, .56, .08, .27, and .32, respectively,under COMAR 08.03.01 Wildlife Conservation. This recodification was effective June 3, 1985 (12:11 Md. R. 1047)For the history of these regulations before June 3, 1985, see the Administrative History on the pages following COMAR 08.03.01. ―Regulation .06 repealed effective August 8, 1988 (15:16 Md. R. 1913).
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