participating in falconry meets or trials must possess a valid falconry license
and federal falconry permit, if applicable.
(2) A falconry meet license is not required
for participation in a falconry trial.
(3) A falconry meet or trial may not be held
on state waterfowl and wildlife management areas from April 1 through August
15, except in those areas approved by the Division Director or
(4) An organizer of a
falconry meet must obtain prior approval from the Division Director or designee
to hold a falconry meet in Utah by submitting a written request to
nonresident entering Utah to participate in the sport of falconry at an
organized meet must be 12 years of age or older and must obtain a nonresident
falconry meet license or non-resident hunting license, if hunting protected
(6) A non-resident
falconry meet license may be obtained by completing an application and
submitting the application and appropriate fees to the Division.
(7) A non-resident falconry meet license is
valid only for nonresidents and only for ten (10) consecutive calendar days as
designated on the license.
holder of a nonresident falconry meet license may engage in the sport of
falconry on protected wildlife during the specified ten (10) day period in
accordance with the provisions of this rule.
A nonresident participating in an
organized meet must meet the importation requirements in
for each raptor brought into the state.