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PA - Rehabilitation, wildlife - Subchapter P. Wildlife Rehabilitation 58 PA ADC § 147.301 - 312 58 Pa. Code § 147.301 - 312

Under this Pennsylvania chapter of regulations, the Director may issue a permit to an individual who meets the requirements of 34 Pa.C.S. § 2901(a) (relating to authority to issue permits) and this subchapter for the purpose of wildlife rehabilitation, wildlife capture and transportation, and educational use of rehabilitation wildlife. "Wildlife rehabilitation"is defined as the treatment and temporary care of injured, diseased and displaced wildlife, and the subsequent release of healthy wildlife to appropriate habitats in the wild.

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SC - Endangered Species - Chapter 123 Department of Natural Resources S.C. Code of Regulations R. 123-150 - 170 SC ADC 123-150 to 170

These South Carolina regulations list the non-game wildlife on the state's List of Endangered Wildlife Species, as well as the animals that are considered threatened and "in need of management." If an animal is listed as threatened or endangered, a permit must be obtained in certain situations to avoid penalty for "taking" a listed species. Furthermore, these regulations also set out provisions for hunting alligators and selling alligator meat and hide; for obtaining vultures, kites, hawks, eagles, ospreys, falcons, and owls for the practice of falconry; and for protecting sea turtles by regulating the nets on shrimping trawls.

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SD - Exotic Pets - Chapter 12:68:18 Nondomestic Animal Control ARSD 12:68:18:01 - 09 SD ADC 12:68:18:01 to :09 Any person desiring to import nondomestic mammals into South Dakota for release to the wild to become free roaming nondomestic mammals must obtain an entry permit and obtain a certificate of veterinary inspection issued by a licensed veterinarian in the state of origin. Also, a permit is required to possess in South Dakota any nondomestic mammal, or any of its hybrids, of those of the order Carnivora, all nondomestic members of the Felidae, Canidae, Ursidae, Mustelidae, and Hyaenidae families; of the order Artiodactyla, all nondomestic members; of the order Perissodactyla, all nondomestic members of the order Tapiridae and Rhinocerotidae; of the order Proboscidea, African and Asian elephants; and of the order Primates. Permit costs range anywhere from $10 - 100. The regulations also list procedures for escapes, recordkeeping, and inspection. Administrative
TN - Wildlife - Chapter 1660-01-15 Rules and Regulations for Animal Importation. TN ADC 1660-01-15-.01, .02 Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1660-01-15-.01 to .02 These Tennessee regulations outline the guidelines for importing any live wild animal species obtained from outside the State of Tennessee. Administrative
TN - Wildlife, commercial use - 1660-01-17-.01. GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR COMMERCIAL USE. TN ADC 1660-01-17-.01 Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1660-01-17-.01 This Tennessee regulation describes the commercial use of wildlife. Under the regulation, the commercial use of any State or Federally endangered species is prohibited. The commercial use of State and Federally threatened species and those species deemed in need of management are permitted only when such species are legally taken for the purpose of sale in the State of origin as provided in T.C.A. 70-8-109. Administrative
TN - Wildlife, possession - Chapter 1660-01-18. Rules and Regulations of Live Wildlife TN ADC 1660-01-18-.01 to .06 Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1660-01-18-.01 to .06 These Tennessee regulations outline the requirements for importation and possession of captive wildlife. The species of wildlife for each class of wildlife are described. Facilities for Class I wildlife are provided, which include specific requirements for Class I Felidae or Ursidae. The Class I qualification test requirements are also stated. Administrative
TX- Dangerous Animals - G. Caging Requirements and Standards for Dangerous Wild Animals. 25 TX ADC § 169.131, 132 25 TAC § 169.131, 132 This regulation establishes caging requirements and minimum standards of care for "dangerous wild animals," including: gorillas, chimpanzees, orangutans, baboons, lions, tigers, cheetahs, ocelots, cougars, leopards, jaguars, bobcats, lynxes, servals, caracals, hyenas, bears, coyotes, jackals, and all hybrids thereof. Administrative
US - AWA - Part 1. Definition of Terms. § 1.1 Definitions. 9 C.F.R. § 1.1 This portion of the Animal Welfare Act (AWA) regulations consists primarily of the definitions of the terms. Administrative
US - AWA - Part 2. Regulations. Subparts A to I 9 C.F.R. § 2.1 to .134 This set of the regulations sets out the requirements and process for licensing and registration of dealers, exhibitors and research facilities. Administrative
US - AWA - Subpart D. Specifications/Standards for Nonhuman Primates 9 C.F.R. § 3.75 to .92 This portion of the AWA regulations contains the humane care provisions for non-human primates. Included are requirements for housing facilities, primary enclosures, provisions for psychological well-being, feeding, watering, sanitization, employee requirements, and transportation standards. Administrative

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