Intentional harassment

Intentional harassment means deliberate, preplanned harassment of Mexican wolves, including by less-than-lethal means (such as 12-gauge shotgun rubber-bullets and bean-bag shells) designed to cause physical discomfort and temporary physical injury, but not death. Intentional harassment includes situations where the Mexican wolf or wolves may have been unintentionally attracted - or intentionally tracked, waited for, chased, or searched out - and then harassed. Intentional harassment of Mexican wolves is only allowed under a permit issued by the Service or its designated agency.


50 CFR § 17.84

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