|OK - Wildlife - Part 5. Possession of Wildlife.||29 Okl.St.Ann. § 7-501 - 504||OK ST T. 29 § 7-501 - 504||
Under these Oklahoma statutes, no person may possess any wildlife or parts thereof during the closed season, any endangered or threatened species or parts thereof at any time, or any native bear or native cat that will grow to reach the weight of 50 lbs. or more, with exceptions. A conviction could result in a fine of $100-$500 and/or by imprisonment up to 30 days. In addition, no person may buy, barter, trade, or sell all or any part of any fish or wildlife or the nest or eggs of any bird protected by law, with exceptions. A first violation could result in a fine of $100 to $500 and/or by imprisonment up to 60 days.
|OK - Endangered Species - Part 4. Protected Game||29 Okl. St. Ann. 5-402, 412, 412.1; 29 Okl. St. Ann. § 2-109, 135||OK ST T. 29 § 5-402, 412, 412.1; OK ST T. 29 § 2-109, 135||
Under Oklahoma law, no person may possess, hunt, chase, harass, capture, shoot at, wound or kill, take or attempt to take, trap or attempt to trap any endangered or threatened species or subspecies without specific written permission of the Director. Violation incurs a $100 - 1,000 penalty with up to 30 days in jail.
|OK - Cruelty - Animal Facilities Protection Act/Consolidated Cruelty Laws||21 Okl. St. Ann. 1680 - 1700; 21 Okl. St. Ann. § 886||OK ST T. 21 1680 - 1700; OK ST T. 21 § 886||
These Oklahoma statutes comprise the Animal Protection Act. The main thrust of the act is the prohibition of animal cruelty and animal fighting. Included in the provisions are the definitions (including the statutory definition of "animal") and the prohibited acts related to animal facilities. The statute further provides that no one shall intentionally damage the enterprise conducted at an animal facility (including releasing animals there with the intent to deprive the owner of such facility). Violation incurs a felony with a fine of up to $5,000 or imprisonment up to seven years or both.