W. Va. Code R. § 58-65-14 - Other provisions

Current through Register Vol. XXXVIII, No. 51, December 23, 2021

14.1. Hybrid, non-indigenous, or captive-bred raptors may not be permanently released in West Virginia.
14.2. Radio Transmitters.
14.2.1. Hybrid raptors shall have two working radio transmitters attached when flown free.
14.2.2. Non-indigenous raptors shall have at least one working radio transmitter attached when flownfree.
14.3. A permittee may use other accepted falconry practices, such as but not limited to, the use of creance (tethered) flying, lures, balloons or kites in training or conditioning falconry raptors.
14.4. A permittee may fly falconry birds at unprotected species or at pen raised animals at any time.
14.5. The surviving spouse, executor, administrator or other legal representative of a deceased falconry permittee may transfer any birds held by the permittee to another permittee within 90 days of the permittee's death. After 90 days, the Division has discretion over the disposition of the birds.


W. Va. Code R. § 58-65-14

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