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Wildlife Regulation

The regulation supports the Wildlife Act in managing Alberta’s wildlife. It addresses: hunting, trapping, collection, and possession of wildlife, and adds protections for endangered animals; sale, import and export of wildlife, controlled animals (non-native animals that are regulated), and endangered species, and the possession of animals in captivity; identification and categorization of wildlife species and controlled animals; permits - many species of wildlife and all controlled possessed live animals require permits. Permits are required for the import, export, research, wildlife rehabilitation and falconry, and for commercial activities such as outfitting and guiding, buying fur, taxidermy, tanning and zoos; wildlife damage to property; and wildlife sanctuaries and other special areas where wildlife are protected from the activities of humans.
    Chapter/Regulation: 143/1997
    Status: Office Consolidation
    Related Act
    Ministry Responsible: Environment and Parks
    Current to 14/2018
    Item/ISBN#: 9780779801886
    Regulation-Making Authority: Ministerial Order
    Regulation-Making Authority: Order In Council
    Pages 321
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