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Trapping and translocation operations. Permittees wishing to trap and translocate Canada geese must comply with the following procedures: a. Permittees must obtain written permission from the biologist responsible for the county in which the trap and translocation operation is proposed for every site where such operation is proposed before implementing any such operation. The biologist will determine How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds if a trap and translocation operation is necessary and will specify the number of geese that can be translocated from each site. The biologist will also specify release sites for the captured geese. Release sites must be approved by the biologist before any geese are captured. b. The permitee must follow the procedures in the NWCO guidebook for implementing trap and translocation operations.

Failure to follow such procedures will result in immediate revocation of the permit. c. Before the permitee engages in a trap and translocation operation, the permittee's trapping and transport equipment must be inspected and approved by a biologist or technician. d. Permittees must satisfactorily complete at least four trap and translocation projects under the direct supervision of a biologist or technician before being granted an How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds for trap and translocation operations. Upon satisfactory completion of four trap and translocation projects, the biologist can issue the NWCO an How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds to perform trap and translocation operationswithout direct supervision by DNR personnel. The NWCO must carry this permit whenever engaged in trap and translocation How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds operations and exhibit it upon request by department of natural resources personnel.

Any persons assisting with the trap and translocation operations must be listed on the How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds . The permittee is responsible for the conduct of all persons listed on the How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds who are helping with trap and translocation operations. e. Permittees must inform the biologist of the number of birds captured and translocated within 48 hours of the completion of each operation. Permittees must document the number of Canada geese trapped and released for each capture and How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds release site and the number of geese that die during each trap and translocation operation. Any banded geese that are captured and translocated must be reported as specified in the NWCO guidebook within 48 hours of completion of the project. f. Permittees must provide the department a written report of all trap and translocation operations by December 31 of the year for which the How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds is valid. 

Failure to provide this report by December 31 will result in the permittee's not being reauthorized to trap and translocate geese the following year. 114.13(3) General provisions. a. The How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds is valid for one year and must be reauthorized by a biologist each year when the NWCO permit is renewed. b. Any plumage, eggs, eggshells, nests, or dead birds encountered by the permittee when performing activities permitted under this rule may not be sold, offered for sale, bartered or shipped or How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds possessed for the purposes of being sold, offered for sale, bartered or shipped. c. Any properties on which lethal control or trap and transport operations are conducted must be open at all reasonable times, including during actual operations, to any biologist or technician, conservation officer, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service special agent, or U.S. Department of Agricultural Wildlife Services agent wishing to inspect the How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds activity or the results of the activity. 

Nothing in the permit How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds should be construed to authorize the killing of any migratory bird or the destruction of the nests or eggs of any migratory bird other than resident Canada geese. 571—114.14(456A) Disposition of captured nuisance wildlife. Nuisance wildlife, with the exception of How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds endangered or threatened species, may be relocated or euthanized. The permitee shall comply with the euthanization and release methods described in the NWCO guidebook. Sick or injured wildlife must be handled as described in the NWCO guidebook. The carcass of a dead nuisance animal must be disposed of in a legal manner and within 24 hours of the animal's death. 571—114.15(456A) General conditions for permits. Records and facilities shall be available for inspection by officers of the How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds department during reasonable hours. 

All records and reports must be kept current and shall reflect a true and accurate account of the permittee's activities. The department's law How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds enforcement bureau shall be notified in writing within 30 days if the permittee ceases operation as a nuisance wildlife control operator. Permittees and helpers must obtain and possess valid fur harvester licenses and have paid the habitat fees, except that persons listed as How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds assistants on the How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds do not need to have a valid fur harvester license nor to have paid the habitat fee when assisting with Canada goose control activities. Permittees must renew their NWCO permits by January 31 of each year. 571—114.16(456A) Permit refusal. The department may suspend, revoke,refuse to issue, or refuseto renew a nuisance wildlife control operator's permit if the department finds that the permittee, a helper, or an employee of the permitee is not in How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds compliance with this chapter. 

In addition, any How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds violation of Iowa Code chapter 481A, 481B, 482, 483A, 484A, 484B, or 716 shall be cause for the department to suspend, revoke, refuse to issue, or refuse to renew a permit. 571—114.17(456A)Penalties. A person or organization that violates a provision of this chapter is guilty of a simple misdemeanor. These rules are intended How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds to implement Iowa Code sections 456A.24(8), 481A.38, 481A.39 and 481A.48. Be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid driver's license. 2. Pass a written examination with a minimum score of 80% before a permit is issued. If an applicant fails the examination, they must wait 45 days before being permitted to retake the examination. If the applicant fails the test a second time, they must wait a period of six months before reapplying. 3. Not currently be under any license suspension or How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds revocation by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources or any court.  

The applicant must How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds successfully complete an oral, in-person interview with a representative of the department to determine the applicant's knowledge of wildlife and wildlife capture techniques, and to determine if the applicant has the ability to provide How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds effective services to the public. 5. A $ 25.00 testing fee will be assessed when the applicant succesfully completes the test. (Permit renewals will be $ 20.00). 6. Possess a valid fur harvester license and have paid the habitat stamp fee. NUISANCE WILDLIFE CONTROL RULES AND REGULATIONS The rules and regulations concerning nuisance animal control permits are outlined in Iowa Administrative Code Chapter 571-114 and are found in other How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds sections of this manual. 

The primary policy and How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds procedural regulations are outlined in the following section: Terms of Permit: 1. The permittee is not a representative or agent of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR), but is a private contractor. 2. Permittee may take, possess, and transport species protected by the Iowa Code in accordance with the How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds terms/conditions/limitations of this permit. 3. The permittee must possess a valid NWCO permit and a valid fur-harvester license and habitat stamp. Partners or assistants must also possess a valid fur harvester license and pay the habitat stamp fee. The permit shall be issued on an annual basis and expire on January 10th of each year and is not transferable. 4. All traps must be tagged with the How To Keep Animals Out Of Sheds permittee's name and address.

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