Falconry and captive propagation of raptors permitted.
Revocation, modifications, or suspension of falconry permits.
Permits to practice falconry.
Reporting falconry activities.
Apprentice falconer classes of permit and permitted raptors.
General falconer classes of permit and permitted raptors.
Master falconer classes of permit.
Reinstatement of an expired falconry permit.
New Washington residents from outside the United States.
Nonresident falconers in Washington.
Falconers moving to Washington.
Falconers moving out of Washington.
Transport of raptors out-of-state.
Take from the wild.
Capture of marked raptors.
Designation as a wild raptor.
Take of nestling at nest site.
Raptors injured due to falconer trapping efforts.
Acquisition, transfer, release, loss, or banding of a raptor.
Acquiring a raptor for falconry from a permitted rehabilitator.
Flying a hybrid raptor in falconry.
Releasing a falconry raptor to the wild permanently.
Transfer, selling, or trading raptors under a falconry permit.
Provisions for accidental take by falconers.
Closed areas for raptor trapping and practicing falconry.
Banding or microchip tagging raptors used in falconry.
Facilities are required for possession of falconry or abatement raptors.
Falconry facilities on property not owned by falconry permittee.
Facilities and care requirements and guidelines.
Facilities for a raptor when in transport, using it for hunting, or are away from facilities, and temporary housing.
Care of falconry raptors by another person.
Captive propagation of raptors.
Hacking of falconry raptors.
Abatement activities with captive raptors.
Use of falconry raptors in education programs.
Other uses of falconry raptors.
Falconers assisting in rehabilitation of raptors to prepare them for release.
Feathers molted by falconry raptors.
Disposition of carcasses of falconry raptors that die.