bird-reg - 50 CFR Part 21 MIGRATORY BIRD PERMITS Subpart...

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50 CFR Part 21 MIGRATORY BIRD PERMITS Subpart A--Introduction Sec. 21.1 Purpose of regulations. 21.2 Scope of regulations. 21.3 Definitions. 21.4 Information collection requirements. Subpart B--General Requirements and Exceptions 21.11 General permit requirements. 21.12 General exceptions to permit requirements. 21.13 Permit exceptions for captive -reared mallard ducks. 21.14 Permit exceptions for captive -reared migratory waterfowl other than mallard ducks. Subpart C--Specific Permit Provisions 21.21 Import and export permits. 21.22 Banding or marking permits. 21.23 Scientific collecting permits. 21.24 Taxidermist permits. 21.25 Waterfowl sale and disposal permits. 21.26 [Reserved] 21.27 Special purpose permits. 21.28 Falconry permits (not included) 21.29 Federal falconry standards (not included). 21.30 Raptor propagation permits (not included). Subpart D--Control of Depredating Birds 21.41 Depredation permits. 21.42 Authority to issue depredating orders to permit the killing of migratory game birds. 21.43 Depredation order for blackbirds, cowbirds, grackles, crows and magpies. 21.44 Depredation order for designated species of depredating birds in California (not included). 21.45 Depredation order for depredating purple gallinules in Louisiana (not included). 21.46 Depredation order for depredating scrub jays and Steller's jays in Washington and Oregon (not included). Authority: Pub. L. 95-616, 92 Stat. 3112 (16 U.S.C. 712(2)). Source: 39 FR 1178, Jan. 4, 1974, unless otherwise noted.
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Subpart A--Introduction Sec. 21.1 Purpose of regulations. The regulations contained in this part supplement the general permit regulations of part 13 of this subchapter with respect to permits for the taking, possession, transporation, sale, purchase, barter, importation, exportation, and banding or marking of migratory birds. This part also provides certain exceptions to permit requirements for public, scientific, or educational institutions, and establishes depredation orders which provide limited exceptions to the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (16 U.S.C. 703-712). [54 FR 38150, Sept. 14, 1989] Sec. 21.2 Scope of regulations. (a) Migratory birds, their parts, nests, or eggs, lawfully acquired prior to the effective date of Federal protection under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (16 U.S.C. 703 -712) may be possessed or transported without a permit, but may not be imported, exported, purchased, sold, bartered, or offered for purchase, sale or barter, and all shipments of such birds must be marked as provided by part 14 of this subchapter: Provide, no exemption from any statute or regulation shall accrue to any offspring of such migratory birds. (b) This part 21, except for Sec. 21.22 (banding or marking permits), does not apply to the bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) or the golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) for which regulations are provided in part 22 of this subchapter. © The provisions of this part are in addition to, and are not in lieu of other regulations of this
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