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As well as placing collection boxes with retailers and businesses, the charity is arranging collection days, giving the opportunity to engage with the public by handing out leaflets providing information on the services offered by Guide Dogs Scotland. And on Saturday, November 17, volunteers will be at Matalan Livingston from 10am until 3pm and will be accompanied by guide dog puppies who are currently in training, or fully trained dogs with their owners.

We have been inspired by guide dog owner members, and those who are visually impaired. The loss of confidence and ability to be independent was huge. I know this will be the best present and change my life forever. There is a broad spectrum of members - including Guide dog owners, puppy walkers and fundraisers. If you are interested in coming along or have any questions then please contact Anne Rowse Fund Raising Development Officer on By Debbie Hall. Physical location description to include the Global Positioning System location or Universal Transverse Mercator coordinates;.

A detailed description or diagram of the facilities where the applicant will hold the wildlife, and a description of how the facilities comply with the requirements established under R and any other captivity standards established under this Section;. For each wildlife supplier from whom the special license applicant will obtain wildlife, the supplier's;.

An applicant for a private game farm license shall pay all applicable fees established under R Ensure each shipment of live wildlife imported into the state is accompanied by a health certificate. The certificate shall be issued no more than 30 days prior to the date on which the wildlife shipped. A copy of the certificate shall be submitted to the Department prior to importation. Ensure the following documentation accompanies each shipment of wildlife made by the game farm:.

Name of the person or common carrier transporting the shipment, and. Provide each person who transports a wildlife carcass from the site of the game farm with a receipt that includes all of the following:. Ensure each facility is inspected by the attending veterinarian at least once every year. Maintain records of all wildlife possessed under the license for a period of three years. In addition to the information required under subsections M 4 a through M 4 e , the records shall also include:.

Copies of all federal, state, and local licenses, permits, and authorizations required for the lawful operation of the private game farm;. Number of all restricted live wildlife, by species and the date it was obtained;. Source of all restricted live wildlife and the date it was obtained;.

Number of offspring propagated by all restricted live wildlife; and. For all restricted live wildlife disposed of by the license holder:. Manner of disposition to include the names and addresses of persons to whom the wildlife was bartered, given, or sold, when authorized. A private game farm license holder shall submit an annual report to the Department before January 31 of each year for activities performed under the license for the previous calendar year. The private game farm license becomes invalid if the annual report is not submitted to the Department by January 31 of each year.

The annual report shall include all of the following information, as applicable:. Source of all wildlife that the license holder obtained or propagated;. Date on which the wildlife was disposed of and the manner of disposition; and. Name of person who received wildlife disposed of by barter, given as a gift, or sale. Except for cervids which shall be disposed of only as established under R, a private game farm license holder who no longer uses the wildlife for a commercial purpose shall dispose of the wildlife as follows:. Transfer to another private game farm licensed under this Section,.

Transfer to a medical or scientific research facility exempt under R,. A private game farm license holder shall comply with the requirements established under R and R A game bird license authorizes a person to display for sale, export, give as a gift, import, offer for sale, possess, propagate, purchase, sell, trade, and transport only the game birds specified on the license at the location specified on the license.

A person who possesses a game bird license may conduct any of the following activities when stipulated on the person's game bird license:. Year-round possession of live captive-reared game birds at the site specified on the license, Game Bird Hobby:. A license holder shall possess no more than 50 game birds at any one time.

Take of game birds by a person who may be charged a fee, Game Bird Shooting Preserve:. A license holder shall restrict the release and take of the live game birds on private lands to an area not more than 1, acres. A person is not required to possess a hunting license when taking a game bird released under a game bird license. Conduct a competition to test the performance of hunting dogs for no more than 10 consecutive days, Game Bird Field Trial. Train a dog or raptor to hunt game birds for no more than 10 consecutive days, Game Bird Field Training.

A game bird license authorizes the use of the following game bird species as specified under the license:. Colinus virginianus, Northern bobwhite, subject to the restriction specified under subsection D ;. For the game bird species listed below, a game bird license authorizes a person to conduct only the following activities: display, export for noncommercial purposes, give as a gift, import, kill, possess, propagate, purchase, and transport:. In addition to the requirements established under this Section, a game bird license holder shall comply with the special license requirements established under R The game bird license does not:.

The Department shall deny a game bird license to a person who fails to meet the requirements established under R or this Section. In addition to the requirements and criteria established under R F 1 through 4 , the Department may deny a game bird license when:. At a location where an established wild population of the same species exists. During nesting periods of upland game birds or waterfowl that nest in the area.

For the sole purpose described under subsection A 1 and proposes to possess more than 50 game birds at any one time. To possess Northern bobwhites, Colinus virginianus, in any one of the following game management units, as described under R; 34A, 36A, 36B, and 36C. Authorized activity listed under this Section may pose a threat to native wildlife, wildlife habitat, or public health or safety. Escape of any species listed on the application may pose a threat to native wildlife or public health or safety. Release of game birds may interfere with a wildlife or habitat restoration program.

A person applying for a game bird license shall submit an application to the Department. If the applicant will use the game birds for a commercial purpose, the applicant's business:. If the applicant will use the game birds for an activity affiliated with a sponsoring organization, the organization's:. When the applicant is renewing the game bird license, the species and number of animals for each species currently held in captivity under the license;. For each location where game birds will be released, the land owner's:.

A detailed description or diagram of the facilities where the applicant will hold game birds and a description of how the facilities comply with the requirements established under R and any other captivity standards established under this Section;. For each game bird supplier from whom the applicant will obtain game birds, the supplier's:.

An applicant for a game bird license shall pay all applicable fees established under R Possess the license or legible copy of the license while conducting any activity authorized under the game bird license and presents it for inspection upon the request of any Department employee or agent. Ensure each shipment of game birds imported into the state is accompanied by a health certificate. The certificate shall be issued no more than 30 days prior to the date on which the game birds are shipped. Provide each person that transports game birds taken under the game bird license with documentation that includes all of the following:.

Maintain records of all game birds possessed under the license for a period of three years. In addition to the information required under subsections H 5 a through H 5 d , the records shall also include:. Copies of all federal, state, and local licenses, permits, and authorizations required for the lawful operation of the game bird activity;. Dispose of game birds only as authorized under this Section or as directed by the Department.

A game bird license holder shall submit an annual report to the Department before January 31 of each year for the previous calendar year. The game bird license becomes invalid if the annual report is not submitted to the Department by January 31 of each year. Number of all game birds, by species and the date it was obtained;. A game bird released under a game bird license may be taken with any method designated under R A game bird released under a game bird license and found outside of the location specified on the license shall become property of the State and is subject to the requirements prescribed under A.

Title 17 and 12 A. Section repealed by final rulemaking at 21 A. A wildlife holding license authorizes a person to display for educational purposes, euthanize, export, give away, import, photograph for commercial purposes, possess, propagate, purchase, or transport, restricted and nonrestricted live wildlife lawfully:. Held under a valid hunting or fishing license for a purpose listed under subsection C ,. Collected under a valid scientific collecting license issued under R,. Obtained under a valid wildlife rehabilitation license issued under R,.

A wildlife holding license expires on December 31 of the year issued, or, if the license holder is a representative of an institution, organization, or agency described under subsection C 4 , upon termination of affiliation with that entity, whichever comes first. Necessary to give humane treatment to restricted live wildlife that has been abandoned or permanently disabled, and is therefore unable to meet its own needs in the wild; or.

Previously possessed under another special license and the primary purpose for that special license no longer exists;.

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The applicant is an educator affiliated or partnered with an educational organization; and. The wildlife will be photographed without posing a threat to other wildlife or the public, and. The photography will not adversely impact other affected wildlife in this state, or. The Department shall deny an application for a wildlife holding license for the possession of cervids. In addition to the requirements established under this Section, a wildlife holding license holder shall comply with the special license requirements established under R The wildlife holding license does not:.

The Department shall deny a wildlife holding license to a person who fails to meet the requirements established under R or this Section, or when the person's wildlife holding privileges are suspended or revoked in any state. In addition to the requirements and criteria established under R F 1 through 4 , the Department shall deny a wildlife holding when:. The issuance of the license will adversely impact other wildlife or their habitat in the state. A person applying for a wildlife holding license shall submit an application to the Department.

The applicant shall provide the following information:. If the applicant will use the wildlife for a commercial purpose, the applicant's business:. If the applicant will use wildlife for activities authorized by an educational or scientific institution that employs, contracts, or is similarly affiliated with the applicant, the institution's:. When the application is for the use of multiple species, the applicant shall list each species and the number of animals for each species; and.

When the applicant is renewing the wildlife holding license, the species and number of animals for each species currently held in captivity under the license;. A copy of the established curriculum utilizing sound educational objectives; and. A plan for how the applicant will address any safety concerns associated with the use of live wildlife in a public setting. For each location where the applicant proposes to hold the wildlife, the owner's:. A detailed description and diagram, or photographs, of the facilities where the applicant will hold the wildlife and a description of how the facilities comply with the requirements established under R, and any other captivity standards that may be established under this Section;.

A clear description of how the applicant intends to dispose of the wildlife once the proposed activity for which the license was issued ends;. For subsection H 7 , the Department may, at its discretion, accept documented current certification or approval by the applicant's institutional animal care and use committee or similar committee in lieu of the description, diagram, and photographs of the facilities.

In addition to the requirements listed under subsection H , at the time of application, an applicant for a wildlife holding license shall also submit:. A statement of the applicant's experience in handling and providing care for the wildlife to be held or experience relevant to handling or providing care for wildlife;. A written proposal that contains all of the following information:. A description of the activity the applicant intends to perform under the license;. The contribution the proposed activity will make to one or more of the primary purposes listed under subsection C.

For an applicant who wishes to possess restricted live wildlife for the purpose of providing humane treatment, a written explanation stating why the wildlife is unable to meet its own needs in the wild and the following information for the licensed veterinarian who will provide care for the wildlife:. An applicant for a wildlife holding license shall pay all applicable fees required under R Possess the license or legible copy of the license while conducting any activity authorized under the wildlife holding license and presents it for inspection upon the request of any Department employee or agent.

Permanently mark any restricted live wildlife used for lawful activities under the authority of the license, when required by the Department. Ensure that a copy of the license accompanies any transportation or shipment of wildlife made under the authority of the license. Surrender wildlife held under the license to the Department upon request. A wildlife holding license holder shall submit an annual report to the Department before January 31 of each year for the previous calendar year or as indicated under subsection O.

The wildlife holding license becomes invalid if the annual report is not submitted to the Department by January 31 of each year. A list of animals held during the year, the list shall be by species and include the source and date on which the wildlife was acquired. The permanent mark or identifier of the wildlife, such as name, number, or another identifier for each animal held during the year, when required by the Department.

This designation or identifier shall be provided with other relevant reported details for the holding or disposition of the individual animal;. A list of all educational displays where the wildlife was utilized to include the date, location, organization or audience, approximate attendance, and wildlife used. A wildlife holding license holder may authorize an agent to assist the license holder in conducting activities authorized under the wildlife holding license, provided the agent's wildlife privileges are not suspended or revoked in any state.

The license holder shall obtain written authorization from the Department before allowing a person to act as an agent. The license holder shall notify the Department in writing within 10 calendar days of terminating any agent. The Department may suspend or revoke the license holder's license if an agent violates any requirement of this Section or Article or any stipulations placed upon the license. An agent may possess wildlife for the purposes outlined under subsection C , under the following conditions;.

The agent shall possess evidence of lawful possession, as defined under R, for all wildlife possessed by the agent;. The agent shall return the wildlife to the primary license holder's facility within two days of receiving the wildlife. A wildlife holding license holder shall not barter, give as a gift, loan for commercial activities, offer for sale, sell, trade, or dispose of any restricted live wildlife, offspring of restricted live wildlife, or their parts except as stipulated on the wildlife holding license or as directed in writing by the Department.

A wildlife holding license is no longer valid once the primary purpose for which the license was issued, as prescribed in subsection C , no longer exists. When this occurs, the wildlife holding license holder shall immediately submit the annual report required under L to the Department. A wildlife license holder shall comply with the requirements established under R, R, and R Section repealed; new Section adopted by final rulemaking at 6 A. A scientific collecting license allows a person to conduct any of the following activities with live wildlife when specified on the license:.

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A person may apply for a scientific collecting license only when the license is requested for:. The purpose of wildlife management, gathering information valuable to the maintenance of wild populations, education, the advancement of science, or promotion of the public health or welfare;. A purpose that is in the best interest of the wildlife or the species, will not adversely impact other affected wildlife in this state, and may be authorized without posing a threat to wildlife or public safety; and.

A purpose that does not unnecessarily duplicate previously documented projects. For the protection of wildlife or public safety, the Department has the authority to take any one or more of the following actions:. Restrict the number of animals for each species or other taxa the license holder may take under the license;.

Restrict the age, condition, or location of wildlife the license holder may take under the license; or. Deny or substitute the number of specimens and taxa requested on an application. The scientific collecting license does not:. The Department may deny a scientific collecting license to a person who fails to meet the requirements established under R or this Section, or when the person's scientific collecting privileges are suspended or revoked in any state.

In addition to the requirements and criteria established under R F 1 through 4 , the Department shall deny a scientific collecting license when it is in the best interest of the wildlife or public safety.

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A person applying for a scientific collecting license shall submit an application to the Department. The application is furnished by the Department and is available from any Department office, and online at www. A person applying for a scientific collecting license shall provide the following information on the application:. If the applicant will use wildlife for activities authorized by a scientific, educational, or government institution, organization, or agency that employs, contracts, or is similarly affiliated with the applicant, the applicant shall provide the institution's:.

The applicant's title or a description of the nature of affiliation with the institution or organization;. When the applicant is renewing the scientific collecting license, the species and number of animals for each species currently held in captivity;. For each the location where the wildlife will be held, the land owner's:. For subsection H 5 , the Department may, at its discretion, accept documented current certification or approval by the applicant's institutional animal care and use committee or similar committee in lieu of the description, diagram, and photographs of the facilities.

In addition to the requirements listed under subsection H , at the time of application, an applicant for a scientific collecting license shall also submit a written proposal. List of activities the applicant intends to perform under the license;. Purpose for the use of wildlife as established under subsection C ;. When the applicant intends to use wildlife for educational purposes, the proposal shall also include the:. Minimum number of presentations the applicant anticipates to provide under the license.

Name, title, address, and telephone number of persons whom the applicant has contacted to offer educational presentations; and. Number of specimens the applicant already possesses for any species requested on the application;. Applicant's relevant qualifications and experience in handling and, when applicable, providing care for the wildlife to be held under the license;. Proposed method of disposing wildlife taken under the license and any subsequent offspring, when applicable;. Number of animals for each species that will be used under the license;.

Names and addresses of any agents who will assist the applicant in carrying out the activities described in the proposal. Whether the applicant intends to publish the project or its findings.


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An applicant for a scientific collecting license shall pay all applicable fees required under R Possess the license or legible copy of the license while conducting any activity authorized under the scientific collecting license and presents it for inspection upon the request of any Department employee or agent. Notify the Department in writing within 10 calendar days of terminating any agent. Use the most humane and practical method possible prescribed under R, R, or as directed by the Department in writing.

Conduct activities authorized under the scientific collecting license only at the locations and time periods specified on the scientific collecting license. Dispose of wildlife, wildlife parts, or offspring, only as directed by the Department. A scientific collecting license holder shall not exhibit any wildlife held under the license, unless the person also possesses a zoo license authorized under R A scientific collecting license holder may request authorization to allow an agent to assist the license holder in carrying out activities authorized under the scientific collecting license by submitting a written request to the Department.

An applicant may request the ability to allow a person to act as an agent on the applicant's behalf, provided:. An employment or supervisory relationship exists between the applicant and the agent, and. The agent's privilege to take or possess live wildlife is not suspended or revoked in any state. The license holder shall obtain approval from the Department prior to allowing the agent assist in any activities.

The license holder is liable for all acts the agent performs under the authority of this Section. The Department, acting on behalf of the Commission, may suspend or revoke a license for violation of this Section by an agent. The license holder shall ensure the agent possesses a legible copy of the license while conducting any activity authorized under the scientific collecting license and presents it for inspection upon the request of any Department employee or agent.

A scientific collecting license holder may submit to the Department a written request to amend the license to add or delete an agent, location, project, or other component documented on the license at any time during the license period. A scientific collecting license holder shall submit an annual report to the Department before January 31 of each year. The scientific collecting license becomes invalid if the annual report is not submitted to the Department by January 31 of each year. The Department may stipulate submission of additional interim reports upon license application or renewal.

A scientific collecting license holder who wishes to permanently hold wildlife species collected under the license in Arizona that will no longer be used for activities authorized under the license shall apply for and obtain a wildlife holding license in compliance with R or another appropriate special license.

A game bird hobby license allows an individual to do any or all of the following: import, purchase, possess, propagate, give away, kill, transport, or export pen-reared live game birds for personal, noncommercial use only. Game birds may also be displayed for noncommercial purposes under this license, but shall not be exhibited. An applicant for a game bird hobby license shall apply on a form provided by the Department and available at any Department office. The applicant shall provide the following:. Name, address, telephone number, birthdate, physical description, and if applicable, Department ID number;.

The wildlife species and the number of animals per species that will be obtained under the license. If the application is for use of multiple species, the applicant shall list each species and the number of animals per species. The Department shall only issue a license for the following game bird species:. Northern bobwhite, Colinus virginianus, which only requires a game bird hobby license if used in game management units 34A, 36A, 36B, and 36C;. If the applicant is renewing the game bird hobby license, the species and number of animals per species that are currently in captivity;.

The name, address, and telephone number of the location where the wildlife will be held, if applicable. Otherwise, the applicant shall provide the physical description of the location, including township, range, and section;. If the applicant is applying to possess more than 50 game birds, the application shall include a detailed description or diagram of the facilities where the applicant will hold the wildlife, and a description of how the facilities comply with R, and any other captivity standards that may be prescribed by this Section;.

The name, address, and telephone number of all wildlife suppliers from whom the special license applicant will obtain wildlife; and. The applicant's signature and the date of signing. By signing the application, the applicant attests that the information provided is true and correct to the applicant's knowledge and that the applicant's live wildlife privileges are not revoked in this state, any other state, or by the United States. The Department shall issue a game bird hobby license in compliance with R If the Department denies the application for a special license, the Department shall proceed as prescribed by R D.

The Department shall issue a game bird hobby license only if:. A zoo license allows a person to exhibit, export, euthanize, display for educational purposes, give away, import, offer for sale, possess, propagate, purchase, sell, or transport any lawfully possessed restricted and nonrestricted live wildlife.

In addition to the requirements established under this Section, a zoo license holder shall comply with the special license requirements established under R The license holder shall be responsible for compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements; the zoo license does not:. The Department shall deny a zoo license to a person who fails to meet the requirements established under R or this Section. In addition to the requirements and criteria established under R F 1 through 4 , the Department shall deny a zoo license when:.

The issuance of the license will adversely impact other wildlife or their habitat in the state;. A person applying for a zoo license shall submit an application to the Department. The application is furnished by the Department and is available from any Department office and online at www.

If the applicant will use wildlife for activities authorized by an educational or scientific institution that employs, contracts, or is similarly affiliated with the applicant, the applicant shall provide the institution's:. If the applicant is renewing the zoo license, the number of animals of each species that are currently in captivity, and evidence of lawful possession as defined under R;. A detailed description and diagram of the facilities where the applicant will hold the wildlife and a description of how the facilities comply with the requirements established under R;.

In addition to the requirements listed under subsection G , an applicant for a zoo license shall also submit at the time of application:. A description of how the facility or operation meets the definition of a zoo, as defined under A.


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  4. Subchapter A, Animal Welfare;. Photographs of the facility when the zoo is not accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums or Zoological Association of America. For subsection H 2 , 9 C. Subchapter A, Animal Welfare revised January 1, , and no later amendments or editions, which is incorporated by reference. Hold all wildlife in such a manner designed to prevent wildlife from escaping from the facility specified on the license.

    Hold all wildlife in a manner designed to prevent the entry of unauthorized persons or other wildlife. Hold all wildlife lawfully possessed under the zoo license in the facility specified on the license, except when transporting the wildlife:. Ensure a temporary exhibit shall not exceed 60 consecutive days at any one location, unless approved by the Department in writing. Clearly display a sign at the facility's main entrance that states the days of the week and hours when the facility is open for viewing by the general public.

    Ensure all wildlife held under the license that has the potential to come into contact with the public is tested for zoonotic diseases appropriate to the species no more than 12 months prior to importation or display. Any wildlife that tests positive for a zoonotic disease shall not be imported into this state without review and approval by the Department in writing.

    Dispose of the following wildlife only as directed by the Department:. Maintain records of all wildlife possessed under the license for a period of three years following the date of disposition. In addition to the information required under subsections H 1 through H 3 , the records shall also include:. Accept any wildlife that is donated, purchased, or otherwise obtained without accompanying evidence of lawful possession.

    Import into this state any wildlife that may come into contact with the public and tests positive for zoonotic disease, as established under subsection J 9. An appropriate special license holder or appropriately licensed or permitted facility in another state or country authorized to possess the wildlife being disposed;. Giving selling, or donating the wildlife to a medical or scientific research facility exempt from special license requirements under R;. Exporting the wildlife to a zoo certified by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums or Zoological Association of America; or.

    A zoo license holder shall submit an annual report to the Department before January 31 of each year for the previous calendar year. The zoo license becomes invalid if the annual report is not submitted to the Department by January 31 of each year. The report shall summarize the current species inventory, and acquisition and disposition of all wildlife held under the license. A zoo license holder shall request the authority to possess a new species of restricted live wildlife by submitting a written request to the Department prior to acquisition, unless the wildlife was:.

    Held under the previous year's zoo license and included in the previous annual report, or. A zoo license holder shall comply with the requirements established under R, R, R, and R, as applicable. A wildlife service license authorizes a person to provide, advertise, or offer assistance in removing the live wildlife listed below to the general public.

    For the purposes of this Section, the following wildlife, as defined under A. A wildlife service license is not required when conducting pest control removal services authorized under A. A wildlife service license allows a person to conduct activities that facilitate the removal and relocation of live wildlife listed under subsection A when the wildlife causes a nuisance, property damage, poses a threat to public health or safety, or if the health or wellbeing of the wildlife is threatened by its immediate environment.

    Authorized activities include, but are not limited to, capture, removal, transportation, and relocation. An employee of a governmental public safety agency is not required to possess a wildlife service license when the employee is acting within the scope of the employee's official duties. In addition to the requirements established under this Section, a wildlife service license holder shall comply with the special license requirements established under R The license holder shall be responsible for compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements; the wildlife service license does not:.

    The Department shall deny a wildlife service license to a person who fails to meet the requirements established under R or this Section or when the person's wildlife service privileges are suspended or revoked in any state. A person applying for a wildlife service license shall submit an application to the Department.

    Physical description, to include the applicant's eye color, hair color, height, and weight; and;. If the applicant will perform license activities for a commercial purpose, the applicant's business:. Hours and days of the week the applicant will be available for service;. The designated wildlife species or groups of species listed under subsection A that will be used under the license;.

    The methods that the wildlife license holder will use to perform authorized activities;. In addition to the requirements listed under subsection I , at the time of application, an applicant for a wildlife service license shall also submit:. Proof the applicant has a minimum of six months full-time employment or volunteer experience handling wildlife of the species or groups designated on the application; and.

    Applicant's experience in the capture, handling, and removal of wildlife;. Specific species the applicant has experience capturing, handling, or removing;. When renewing a license without change to the species or species groups authorized under the current license, the wildlife service license holder may reference supporting materials previously submitted in compliance with subsection J. An applicant for a wildlife service license shall pay all applicable fees established under R Facilitate the removal and relocation of designated wildlife in a manner that:.

    Will prevent the wildlife from coming into contact with the general public. Obtain special authorization from the Department regional office that has jurisdiction over the area where the activities will be conducted when performing any activities involving javelina. Without immediate threat to the animal or potentially injurious contact with humans;. In the same geographic area as the animal was originally captured, except that birds may be released at any location statewide within the normal range of that species in an ecological suitable habitat; and.

    In an area designated by the Department regional office that has jurisdiction over the area where it was captured. Euthanize the wildlife using the safest, quickest, and most humane method available. Dispose of all wildlife that is euthanized or that otherwise dies while possessed under the license by burial or incineration within 30 days of death, unless otherwise directed by the Department.

    Possess the license or legible copy of the license while conducting any wildlife service activity and presents it for inspection upon the request of any Department employee or agent. Inform the Department in writing within five working days of any change in telephone number, area of service, or business hours or days. A wildlife service license holder may submit to the Department a written request to amend the license to add or delete authority to control and release designated species of wildlife, provided the request meets the requirements of this Section.

    Exhibit wildlife or parts of wildlife possessed under the license. Possess designated wildlife beyond the period necessary to transport and relocate or euthanize the wildlife. Euthanize designated wildlife only when authorized by the Department. Give injured or orphaned wildlife to a wildlife rehabilitation license holder.

    A wildlife service license holder shall submit an annual report to the Department before January 31 of each year on activities performed under the license for the previous calendar year. The wildlife service license becomes invalid if the annual report is not submitted to the Department by January 31 of each year. The annual report shall provide a list of all services performed under the license to include:. The method of disposition for each animal removed, including the location and date of release. A wildlife service license holder shall comply with the requirements established under R and R Adopted effective January 1, ; filed December 18, Supp.

    In addition to the definitions provided under A. An Arizona Sport Falconry license permits a person to capture, possess, train, and transport a raptor for the purpose of sport falconry in compliance with the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and the Endangered Species Act of The sport falconry license validates the appropriate license for hunting or taking quarry with a trained raptor. When taking quarry using a raptor, a person must possess a valid:. The sport falconry license is valid until the third December from the date of issuance. A licensed falconer may capture, possess, train, or transport wild, captive-bred, or hybrid raptors, subject to the limitations established under subsections H 1 , H 2 , and H 3 , as applicable.

    A resident who possesses or intends to possess a raptor for the purpose of sport falconry shall hold an Arizona Sport Falconry license, unless the person is exempt under A. Part In addition to the requirements established under this Section, a licensed falconer shall also comply with special license requirements established under R The license holder shall be responsible for compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements; the sport falconry license does not:.

    Exempt the license holder from any municipal, county, state, or federal codes, ordinances, statutes, rules, or regulations;. Authorize the license holder to engage in authorized activities using federally-protected wildlife, unless the license holder possesses a valid license, permit, or other form of documentation issued by the United States authorizing the license holder to use that wildlife in a manner consistent with the special license; or.

    Authorize a licensed falconer to capture or release a raptor or practice falconry on public lands where prohibited or on private property without permission from the land owner or land management agency. The Department shall deny a sport falconry license to a person who fails to meet the requirements established under R, R, or this Section. The Department shall provide a written notice to an applicant stating the reason for the denial. The Department may issue a Sport Falconry license for the following levels to an eligible person:.

    Have a sponsor while practicing falconry as an apprentice. When a sponsorship is terminated, the apprentice is prohibited from practicing falconry until a new sponsor is acquired. After acquiring a new sponsor, an apprentice shall submit a written statement from the new sponsor to the Department within 30 days. The written statement shall meet the requirements established under subsection K 3 a vi. An Apprentice falconer may possess only one raptor at a time for use in falconry. Species listed under 50 C. For the purposes of subsection H 1 c i , this incorporation by reference contains no future editions or amendments.

    Have practiced falconry as an apprentice falconer for at least two years, including maintaining, training, flying, and hunting with a raptor for at least four months in each year. An applicant cannot substitute any falconry school or educational program to shorten the two-year Apprentice period. A General falconer may possess up to three raptors at a time for use in falconry. A Master falconer shall have practiced falconry as a General falconer for at least five years using raptors possessed by that falconer. Any number of captive-bred raptors provided they are trained and used in the pursuit of wild game; and.

    Up to three of the following species, provided the requirements established under subsection H 3 d are met: Golden eagle, White-tailed eagle, or Steller's Sea eagle. A Master falconer who wishes to possess an eagle shall apply for and receive approval from the Department before possessing an eagle for use in falconry. The licensed falconer shall submit the following documentation to the Department before a request may be considered:.

    Proof the licensed falconer has experience in handling large raptors such as, but not limited to, ferruginous hawks Buteo regalis and goshawks Accipter gentilis ;. Information regarding the raptor species, to include the type and duration of the activity in which the experience was gained; and. Written statements of reference from two persons who have experience handling or flying large raptors such as, but not limited to, eagles, ferruginous hawks, and goshawks. Each written statement shall contain a concise history of the author's experience with large raptors, and an assessment of the applicant's ability to care for and fly an eagle.

    Have practiced falconry as a General falconer for at least two years;. Sponsor no more than three apprentices during the same period of time;.

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    Notify the Department within 30 consecutive days after a sponsorship is terminated;. Determine the appropriate species of raptor for possession by an apprentice; and. A falconer licensed in another state or country is exempt from obtaining an Arizona Sport Falconry license under R B 9 , unless remaining in Arizona for more than consecutive days.

    A falconer licensed in another state or country and who remains in this state for more than the day period shall apply for an Arizona Sport Falconry license in order to continue practicing sport falconry in this state. Comply with all applicable state and federal falconry regulations,. Possess only those raptors authorized under the out-of-state sport falconry license, and. Provide a health certificate for each raptor possessed under the out-of-state sport falconry license when the raptor is present in this state for more than 30 consecutive days.

    The health certificate may be issued after the date of the interstate importation, but shall have been issued no more than 30 consecutive days prior to the interstate importation. A falconer licensed in another country may possess, train, and use for falconry only those raptors authorized under the out-of-country sport falconry license, provided the import of that species into the United States is not prohibited.

    This subsection does not prohibit the falconer from flying or training a raptor lawfully possessed by any other licensed falconer. A falconer licensed in another country is prohibited from leaving an imported raptor in this state, unless authorized under federal permit. The falconer shall report the death or escape of a raptor possessed by that falconer to the Department as established under subsection O 1 or prior to leaving the state, whichever occurs first.

    Comply with all applicable state and federal falconry regulations;. Comply with falconry licensing requirements prescribed by the country of licensure not in conflict with federal or state law;. Notify the Department no less than 30 consecutive days prior to importing a raptor into this state;. Provide a health certificate, issued no earlier than 30 consecutive days prior to the date of importation, for each raptor imported into this state; and.

    Attach two functioning radio transmitters to any raptor imported into this country by the falconer while flown free in this state by any falconer. A person applying for a Sport Falconry license shall submit an application to the Department. Applicant's physical description, to include the applicant's eye color, hair color, height, and weight;. Physical address of a facility when the raptor is kept at another location, when applicable;. Information documenting all raptors possessed by the applicant at the time of application, to include:.

    An applicant shall certify that the applicant has read and is familiar with applicable state laws and rules and the regulations under 50 C. Part 13 and the other applicable parts in 50 C. Chapter I, Subchapter B and that the information submitted is complete and accurate to the best of their knowledge and belief.

    In addition to the information required under subsection K 1 , a person applying for:. A written statement from the sponsor stating that the falconer agrees to sponsor the applicant. Information documenting the applicant's experience in maintaining falconry raptors, to include the species and period of time each raptor was possessed while licensed as an Apprentice falconer; and. A written statement from the sponsor certifying that the applicant has practiced falconry at the Apprentice falconer level for at least two years, and maintained, trained, flown, and hunted with a raptor for at least four months in each year.

    A Master level license shall certify that the falconer has practiced falconry as a General falconer for at least five years. An applicant for any level Sport Falconry license shall pay all applicable fees established under R The Department may inspect the applicant's raptor facilities, materials, and equipment to verify compliance with requirements established under R I , R, and this Section before issuing a Sport Falconry license. The applicant or licensed falconer shall ensure all raptors currently possessed by the falconer and kept in the facility are present at the time of inspection.

    After a change of location, when the Department cannot verify the facility is the same facility as the one approved by a previous inspection, or. Prior to the acquisition of a new species or addition of another raptor when the previous inspection does not indicate the facilities can accommodate a new species or additional raptor. A licensed falconer shall notify the Department no more than five business days after changing the location of a facility.

    When a facility is located on property not owned by the licensed falconer, the falconer shall provide a written statement signed and dated by the property owner at the time of inspection. The written statement shall specify that the licensed falconer has permission to keep a raptor on the property and the property owner permits the Department to inspect the falconry facility at any reasonable time of day and in the presence of the licensed falconer.

    In addition to the requirements established under R I and R A licensed falconer shall ensure facilities where raptors are held have:. A suitable perch that is protected from extreme temperatures, wind, and excessive disturbance for each raptor;. Walls that are solid, constructed of vertical bars spaced narrower than the width of the body of the smallest raptor housed therein, or any other suitable materials approved by the Department.

    At least one water container, available to each raptor kept in the facility, that is at least two inches deep and wider than the length of the largest raptor using the container;. A reliable scale or balance suitable for weighing raptors, graduated in increments of not more than 15 grams;. Suitable equipment that protects the raptor from extreme temperatures, wind, and excessive disturbance while transporting or housing a raptor when away from the permanent facility where the raptor is kept, and. At least one pair of jesses constructed of suitable material or Alymeri jesses consisting of an anklet, grommet, and removable strap that attaches the anklet and grommet to a swivel.

    The falconer may use a one-piece jess only when the raptor is not being flown. A licensed falconer may keep a falconry raptor inside the falconer's residence provided a suitable perch is supplied. The falconer shall ensure all flighted raptors kept inside a residence are tethered or otherwise restrained at all times, unless the falconer is moving the raptor into or out of the residence. This subsection does not apply to unflighted eyas, which do not need to be tethered or otherwise restrained.

    A licensed falconer may keep multiple raptors together in one enclosure untethered only when the raptors are compatible with each other. A licensed falconer may keep a raptor temporarily outdoors in the open provided the raptor is continually under observation by the falconer or an individual designated by the falconer. A licensed falconer may keep a raptor in a temporary facility that the Department has inspected and approved for no more than consecutive days. A licensed falconer may keep a raptor in a temporary facility that the Department has not inspected or approved for no more than 30 consecutive days.

    The falconer shall notify the Department of the temporary facility prior to the end of the day period. The Department may inspect a temporary facility as established under R I. Present proof of a previously held state-issued sport falconry license, or. A person whose Sport Falconry license is expired more than five years shall take the examination. The Department shall determine the level of license issued based upon the applicant's documentation.

    Any of the following raptor possession changes to the Department no more than 10 business days after the occurrence:. Escape into the wild without recovery after 30 consecutive days have passed,. Upon discovering the theft of a raptor, a licensed falconer shall immediately report the theft of a raptor to the Department and USFWS by:. A licensed falconer shall print and maintain copies of all required electronic database submissions for each falconry raptor possessed by the falconer.

    The falconer shall retain copies of all submissions for a period of five years from the date on which the raptor left the falconer's possession. A licensed falconer or a person with a valid falconry license, or its equivalent, issued by any state meeting federal falconry standards may capture a raptor for the purpose of falconry only when authorized by Commission Order. A valid Arizona Sport Falconry license or valid falconry license, or its equivalent, issued by another state, and. Any required Arizona hunt permit-tag issued to the licensed falconer for take of the authorized raptor, and.

    A valid Arizona hunting or combination license. A short-term combination hunting and fishing license is not valid for capturing a raptor under this subsection. Any raptor not prohibited under subsection H 1 c that is less than one year of age, except nestlings or. A raptor of any age, including nestlings, provided at least one nestling remains in the nest; or.

    A licensed falconer shall take no more than two raptors from the wild for use in falconry each calendar year. For the purpose of take limits, a raptor is counted towards the licensed falconer's take limit by the falconer who originally captured the raptor. Use a trap or bird net that is not likely to cause injury to the raptor;. Ensure that each trap or net the falconer is using is continually attended; and. Ensure that each trap used for the purpose of capturing a raptor is marked with the falconer's name, address, and license number. A licensed falconer shall report the injury of any raptor injured due to capture techniques to the Department.

    The falconer shall transport the injured raptor to a veterinarian or licensed rehabilitator and pay for the cost of the injured raptor's care and rehabilitation. After the initial medical treatment is completed, the licensed falconer shall either:. Keep the raptor and the raptor shall count towards the falconer's take and possession limit, or.

    Transfer the raptor to a permitted wildlife rehabilitator and the raptor shall not count against the falconer's take or possession limit. When a licensed falconer takes a raptor from the wild and transfers the raptor to another falconer who is present at a capture site, the falconer receiving the raptor is responsible for reporting the take of the raptor.

    A General or Master falconer may capture a raptor that will be transferred to another licensed falconer who is not present at the capture site. The falconer who captured the raptor shall report the take of the raptor and the capture shall count towards the General or Master falconer's take limit. The General or Master falconer may then transfer the raptor to another falconer. A General or Master falconer may capture a raptor for another licensed falconer who cannot attend the capture due to a longterm or permanent physical impairment.

    The licensed falconer with the physical impairment is responsible for reporting the take of the raptor and the raptor shall count against their take and possession limits. A licensed falconer may capture any raptor displaying a seamless metal band, or any other item identifying it as a falconry raptor, regardless of whether the falconer is prohibited from possessing the raptor. The falconer shall return the recaptured raptor to the falconer of record.

    The raptor shall not count towards the falconer's take or possession limits, provided the falconer reports the temporary possession of the raptor to the Department no more than five consecutive days after capturing the raptor. When the falconer of record cannot or does not wish to possess the raptor, the falconer who captured the raptor may keep the raptor, provided the falconer is eligible to possess the species and may do so without violating any requirement established under this Section. When the falconer of record cannot be located, the Department shall determine the disposition of the recaptured raptor.

    A licensed falconer may capture and shall report the capture of any raptor wearing a transmitter to the Department no more than five business days after the capture. The falconer shall attempt to contact the researcher or licensed falconer who applied the transmitter and facilitate the replacement or retrieval of the transmitter and raptor.

    The falconer may possess the raptor for no more than 30 consecutive days while waiting for the researcher or falconer to retrieve the transmitter and raptor. The Department shall determine the disposition of a raptor when the researcher or falconer does not replace the transmitter or retrieve the raptor within the initial day period. A licensed falconer may capture any raptor displaying a federal Bird Banding Laboratory BBL aluminum research band or tag, except a peregrine falcon Falco peregrinus.

    A licensed falconer who captures a raptor wearing a research band or tag shall report the following information to BBL and the Department:. A person can report the capture of a raptor wearing a research band or tag to BBL by calling 1 A licensed falconer may recapture a falconer's lost or any escaped falconry raptor at any time. The Department does not consider the recapture of a wild falconry raptor as taking a raptor from the wild.