Approved On: May 21, 2020
Effective On: June 7, 2020
It is unlawful for any person to possess, take, or transport raptors, or to use raptors to take game animals or game birds, without possessing a valid Falconry Permit issued by the Commission and a valid Arkansas hunting license (Addendum F1.07).
- A nonresident falconer with a valid Nonresident Arkansas Hunting License and a valid falconry permit from another state may use raptors to take wildlife during open seasons. A properly permitted nonresident falconer may, without additional permit, use raptors to take wildlife in any regional or national falconry field trial that has been authorized by letter from the director of the Commission.
- Persons in possession of a valid U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Special Purpose Abatement Permit as listed in 50 CFR 21.27.
PENALTY: Class 1