Approved On: May 19, 2022
Effective On: June 27, 2022
It is unlawful to release mallards on private property for the purpose of retrieving dog training without a valid Shoot-to-Kill Retrieving Dog Training Permit issued by the Commission (Addendum F1.11).
PENALTY: Class 1
- Any persons convicted of violating this regulation shall be liable for the costs incurred in the storage, care and maintenance of any equipment, wildlife and/or fish seized in connection with the violation.
- Any person convicted of violating this regulation shall be liable for the costs of any and all tests and/or examinations of the illegally possessed wildlife, and also shall be liable for the costs of destruction and disposal of the illegally possessed wildlife, as deemed necessary by the Commission for the protection of native wildlife.