|Title||Alternate Citation||Agency Citation||Summary||Type|
|ME - Fish and Wildlife - Chapter 7. Regulations for Wildlife in Captivity||09-137 CMR Ch. 7, § 7.00 - 7.18||09-137 CMR Ch. 7, § 7.00 - 7.18||
This set of Maine regulations concerns the keeping of captive wildlife. A permit is generally required for importation, possession, propagation, rehabilitation, and exhibition of wildlife in the state. Wildlife held in captivity must be confined, contained, controlled, and sheltered in such a way as to protect it, and to protect property of others and the health and safety of the public. Section 7.11 provides the conditions and restrictions under the permit. Section 7.12 states that no primate shall be permitted unless the applicant/permit holder demonstrates a physical aide legitimate need for physical aide from a primate, and the animal in question is specifically trained for such purposes ( or the applicant must be providing foster care or training for the primate under direction or supervision of a recognized authority for same).
|ME - Wildlife possession - Chapter 6. Educational & Scientific Collection Permit Rule||Code Me. R. 09-137 Ch. 6, § 6.01 - 13||ME ADC 09-137 Ch. 6, § 6.01 - 13||
This section establishes the rules in Maine for educational and scientific collection permits. A scientific collection permit is required by any person who wishes to take, transport or possess wild birds or animals and their parts or products for scientific research or educational purposes at any time of the year; and/or before any person may lawfully salvage, otherwise acquire, transport or possess wild birds and animals for any purpose not specifically covered under any other permit or license.