Utah Admin. Code R657-20-21 - Reporting Requirements
Current through Bulletin No. 2021-18, September 15, 2021
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(1) All activities, including wild take, acquisition, transfer, exchange, band or reband or microchip implant, loss of bird if not recovered within 30 days, recapture, injuries, and theft of any falconry raptor must be reported to the Division within 10 business days of the date of the event, as follows:
(a) Submit to the Division a completed paper Form 3-186a by mail or email at email@example.com; and
(b) Enter the required information in the electronic database located at http://permits.fws.gov/186A if it is functional.
(2) A permittee must retain copies of all electronic database submissions documenting take, transfer, loss, rebanding or micro chipping or any other transaction for each falconry raptor for up to five (5) years after the given transaction or event has taken place.
(3)(a) Date of capture, sex of the raptor, and location of the capture in UTM or latitude/longitude must be recorded on the Raptor Capture Permit for all species.
(b) Nest locations are held for use by the Division and are subject to state records laws.
(4) By December 31 of each year, the Division will provide each resident falconer with an annual report form.
(5) All Resident falconers holding a valid falconry COR must submit a completed falconry Annual Report to the Division by January 31 of each year.