Statute in Full:
496.994. Unlawful to obstruct the taking of wildlife
(1) A person commits the offense of obstructing the taking of wildlife if the person, having no right to do so, interferes with the lawful taking, or the process of taking, of wildlife by another with the intent to prevent the taking.
(2) Obstructing the taking of wildlife is a Class A misdemeanor.
Laws 1987, c. 473, § 2; Laws 1989, c. 171, § 67; Laws 1995, c. 468, § 1.
496.996. Attempting to take wildlife decoy deemed unlawful taking of wildlife
(1) A person commits the crime of unlawful taking of wildlife if:
(a) The person discharges a firearm or other hunting device, traps, or acts toward a wildlife decoy in any manner consistent with an unlawful taking of wildlife; and
(b) The wildlife decoy is under the control of law enforcement officials.
(2) As used in this section, “wildlife decoy” means any simulation or replication of wildlife, in whole or in part, used by law enforcement officials for purposes of enforcing state wildlife laws.
Laws 1995, c. 125, § 2.