Full Statute Name:  West's Code of Georgia Annotated. Title 27. Game and Fish. Chapter 3. Wildlife Generally. Article 1. Hunting. Part 1. General Provisions.

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Primary Citation:  Ga. Code Ann., § 27-3-22 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  October, 2015 Alternate Citation:  GA ST § 27-3-22 Date Adopted:  1963
Summary: Georgia is unique as it prohibits the killing, possession, sale, and transporting of eagles and other migratory birds except for the transportation of feathers into the state of non-migratory birds for millinery purposes (the making of hats or headdresses).
Statute Text: 

It shall be unlawful for any person to hunt, trap, take, possess, sell, purchase, ship, or transport any hawk, eagle, owl, or any other bird or any part, nest, or egg thereof, except for the English or European house sparrow, the European starling, feral pigeons, and domestic fowl, and except as otherwise permitted by the game and fish laws of this state; provided, however, that any person may transport into this state feathers of birds, other than migratory game birds, for millinery purposes.


Laws 1963, p. 476, §§ 1, 2; Laws 1977, p. 396, § 1.


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