W. Va. Code R. § 58-65-9 - Reporting

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

9.1. A permittee shall complete and submit a Federal Fish and Wildlife Permit Application form 3-186A (Migratory Bird Acquisition/Disposition Report) electronically at http://permits.fws.gov/186A and in paper form to the Division, in accordance with the instruction on the form, within 10 days of any acquisition (take, purchase, transfer, barter, receive), loss (sell, transfer, barter, death, lose) or change in status (reband, microchip).
9.1.1. A permittee has 30 days to recover a raptor lost to the wild. The loss must be reported within five days of the termination of the 30-dayreclamation period if the raptor is not recaptured.
9.1.2. A permittee shall report the theft of any raptor to the Division and to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Regional Law Enforcement office within 10 days of the theft.
9.2. A permittee may not possess any raptor unless he or she has a properly completed and filed FederalFish and Wildlife Permit Application form 3-186A (Migratory Bird Acquisition/Disposition Report) for each bird possessed.
9.3. A permittee shall keep copies of all electronic Federal Fish and Wildlife Permit Application form 3-186A (Migratory Bird Acquisition/Disposition Report) submissions for five years after the loss, transfer or death of the raptor.

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