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Chapter 220-450 WAC

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WILDLIFE IN CAPTIVITY AND WILDLIFE REHABILITATION

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HTMLPDF220-450-010Criteria for planting aquatic plants and releasing wildlife.
HTMLPDF220-450-020Revocation, modification, or suspension of a permit to hold wild animals, wild birds, or game fish in captivity.
HTMLPDF220-450-030Live wildlife—Taking from the wild, importation, possession, transfer, and holding in captivity.
HTMLPDF220-450-040Live wildlife—Facility, fencing, and marking requirements.
HTMLPDF220-450-050Sale of fish and wildlife by zoos and aquariums.
HTMLPDF220-450-060Definitions—Wildlife rehabilitation permits.
HTMLPDF220-450-070Wildlife rehabilitation permits—Requirements and restrictions.
HTMLPDF220-450-080Wildlife rehabilitation—Responsibilities of primary permittees and subpermittees.
HTMLPDF220-450-090Wildlife rehabilitation—Permit modification, suspension, or revocation.
HTMLPDF220-450-100Wildlife rehabilitation—Facility requirements and inspections—On- and off-site care.
HTMLPDF220-450-110Wildlife rehabilitation—Releasing wildlife.
HTMLPDF220-450-120Wildlife rehabilitation—Veterinary care.
HTMLPDF220-450-130Wildlife rehabilitation—Records retention and reporting requirements.
HTMLPDF220-450-140Wildlife rehabilitation—Falconers assisting with raptor rehabilitation.
HTMLPDF220-450-150Wildlife rehabilitation—Transfer, import, and export of wildlife and restrictions.
HTMLPDF220-450-160Wildlife rehabilitation—Possession of dead wildlife and wildlife parts.
HTMLPDF220-450-170Wildlife rehabilitation—Disposition of nonreleasable and over-habituated, mal-imprinted, or tamed wildlife and live retention for foster and education.
HTMLPDF220-450-180Wildlife rehabilitation—Euthanizing wildlife.
HTMLPDF220-450-190Wildlife rehabilitation—Disposing of wildlife remains.
HTMLPDF220-450-200Wildlife rehabilitation—Commercial uses.
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