be-regs - 50 CFE PART 22 EAGLE PERMITS Subpart...

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50 CFE PART 22 EAGLE PERMITS Subpart A--Introduction Sec. 22.1 Purpose of regulations. 22.2 Scope of regulations. 22.3 Definitions. Subpart B--General Requirements 22.11 General permit requirements. 22.12 General restrictions. Subpart C--Eagle Permits 22.21 Permits for scientific or exhibition purposes. 22.22 Permits for Indian religious purposes. 22.23 Permits to take depredating eagles. 22.24 Permits for falconry purposes. 22.25 Permits to take golden eagle nests. Subpart D--Depredation Control Orders on Golden Eagles (not included) 22.31 Golden eagle depredations control order on request of Governor of a State. 22.32 Conditions and limitations on taking under depredation control order. Authority: Sec. 2, Eagle Protection Act of June 8, 1940, Chapter 278, 54 Stat. 251; Pub. L. 87-884, 76 Stat. 1246; sec. 2, Pub. L. 92 -535, 86 Stat. 1065; sec. 9, Pub. L. 95 -616, 92 Stat.3114 (16 U.S.C. 668a). Source: 39 FR 1183, Jan. 4, 1974, unless otherwise noted. Subpart A--Introduction Sec. 22.1 Purpose of regulations. The regulations contained in this part govern the taking, possession, and transportation of bald and golden eagles for scientific, educational, and depredations control purposes and for the religious purposes of Indian tribes. The import, export, purchase, sale, or barter of bald or golden eagles, their parts, nests, or eggs is not permitted by any regulation of this subchapter B.
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Sec. 22.2 Scope of regulations. (a) Bald eagles, alive or dead, or their parts, nests, or eggs lawfully acquired prior to June 8, 1940, and golden eagles, alive or dead, or their parts, nests, or eggs lawfully acquired prior to October 24, 1962, may be possessed, or transported without a Federal permit, but may not be imported, exported, purchased, sold, traded, bartered, or offered for purchase, sale, trade or barter; and all shipments containing such birds, parts, nests, or eggs must be marked as provided by 18 U.S.C. 44 and Sec. 14.81 of this subchapter: Provided, That no exemption from any statute or regulation shall accrue to any offspring of such birds. (b) The provisions in this part are in addition to, and are not in lieu of, other regulations of this subchapter B which may require a permit or prescribe additional restrictions or conditions for the importation, exportation, and interstate transportation of wildlife (see also part 13 of this subchapter). Sec. 22.3 Definitions. In addition to definitions contained in part 0 of this subchapter, and unless the context otherwise requires, in this part 22: Area nesting population means the number of pairs of golden eagles known to have a resting attempt during the preceding 12 months within a 10 -mile radius of a golden eagle nest. Golden eagle nest means any readily identifiable structure built, maintained or occupied by
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