Nongame wildlife definition

Nongame wildlife means any wild mammal, bird, amphibian, reptile, fish, mollusk, crustacean, or other animal not otherwise legally classified by statute or regulation of this state.
Nongame wildlife means any native wildlife, including rare and endangered species, which are not commonly trapped, killed, captured or consumed, either for sport or profit.
Nongame wildlife means any wild mammal, bird, amphibian, reptile, fish, mollusk, crustacean, or

Examples of Nongame wildlife in a sentence

  • Non-game wildlife species play an important role in management planning and prescriptions on state forests.

  • Nongame wildlife may be imported and exported for commercial purposes only under permit from the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks.

  • Nongame wildlife may be propagated in captivity for commercial purposes only under permit from the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

  • Nongame wildlife or their parts may be bought, possessed, transported, exported, sold, offered for sale, shipped, bartered, or exhibited for commercial purposes only if they were born or hatched in captivity in the facilities of a person holding a valid commercial captive propagation permit.

  • Rule 2.3, Non-game wildlife or their parts taken from wild Mississippi populations may not be bought sold, offered for sale or exported for sale.

  • Nongame wildlife or their parts taken from wild Mississippi populations may not be bought, possessed, transported, exported, sold, offered for sale, shipped, bartered, or exhibited for commercial purposes.

  • Part 5 Rule 2.3, Non-game wildlife or their parts taken from wild Mississippi populations may not be bought sold, offered for sale or exported for sale.

  • Nongame wildlife taken from the wild for personal use may not be bought, sold, offered for sale, bartered, exported for sale, nor exhibited except as otherwise provided by these regulations, other regulations of the Commission, by scientific collecting permits, or by other permits issued by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks.

  • Non-game wildlife is any wildlife species which are not commonly pursued, killed or consumed either for sport or profit.

  • Non-game wildlife species will be managed and protected through the maintenance and restoration of the native ecosystems.


More Definitions of Nongame wildlife

Nongame wildlife means all native species and subspecies of wildlife which are not classified as game wildlife by rule or regulation of the commission.
Nongame wildlife means any native wildlife, including rare and endangered species, which are not commonly trapped, killed, captured or consumed, either for sport or profit. “Native wildlife” shall mean any species of the animal kingdom indigenous to this State.
Nongame wildlife means all wildlife species except game mammals, fur-bearing mammals, game birds, and game fish (ORS 496.375).

Related to Nongame wildlife

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