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US - AWA - Part 1. Definition of Terms. § 1.1 Definitions.


This portion of the Animal Welfare Act (AWA) regulations consists primarily of the definitions of the terms. 

US - AWA - Sectional History of AWA


This document gives legal history of the Animal Welfare Act on a section by section basis.

US - AWA - Subpart A. Specifications for the Humane Handling, Care, Treatment, and Transportation of Dogs and Cats


This set of regulations contain the humane care provisions for dogs and cats under the Animal Welfare Act.

US - AWA - Subpart B. Specifications for the Humane Handling, Care, Treatment, and Transportation of Guinea Pigs and Hamsters


These regulations contain the humane care provisions for guinea pigs and hamsters.

US - AWA - Subpart C. Specifications for the Humane Handling, Care, Treatment and Transportation of Rabbits.


These regulations contain the humane care provisions for rabbits.

US - AWA Regulation - Table of Contents


This file provides the heading to all of the USDA regulations under the Animal Welfare Act with links to the appropriate files.

US - AWA Regulations - Part 2. Regulations. Subparts A to I


This set of the regulations sets out the requirements and process for licensing and registration of dealers, exhibitors and research facilities.

US - AWA Regulations - Part 2. Regulations. Subparts A to I


This set of the regulations sets out the requirements and process for licensing and registration of deals, exhibitors and research facilities.

US - Bears - Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Reexamination of Regulatory Mechanisms in Relation to the 1998 Flori


The Fish and Wildlife Service reexamined the regulatory mechanisms in relation to the 1998 finding for a petition to list the Florida black bear (Ursus americanus floridanus), under the Endangered Species Act.  Pursuant to a court order, the Service reexamined only one factor, the inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms in effect at the time of our previous 1998 12-month finding.  Pursuant to that order, the Service reexamined the existing finding considering the laws, regulations, and policies that directly or indirectly provide protection to the bear or its habitats. Based on this review, the FWS concluded that the existing regulatory mechanisms applicable in 1998 are not inadequate and do not warrant listing the Florida black bear.

US - Birds - Part 15. Wild Bird Conservation Act


The regulations in this part implement the Wild Bird Conservation Act of 1992, Pub.L. 102-440, 16 U.S.C. 4901-4916.  Exotic bird means any live or dead member of the Class Aves that is not indigenous to the 50 States or the District of Columbia.  This Act prohibits the importation of exotic birds into the U.S. except by permit.  Permits authorizing the importation of exotic birds will be issued under the regulations for the following purposes only: scientific research; zoological breeding or display programs; cooperative breeding programs designed to promote the conservation and maintenance of the species in the wild; or personally owned pets accompanying persons returning to the United States after being out of the country for more than 1 year.  The regulations further provide that no individual may import more than two exotic birds as pets in any year.

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