This Regional Law regulates relations in the sphere of hunting and conservation of hunting resources. Common use hunting grounds shall comprise at least 20 percent of the total regional hunting areas (Art. 9). In order to use land areas for hunting purpose can be established public servitude (Art. 11). Apart from hunting resources, established by the federal legislation (except for endangered and rare species), on the regional territory shall be included: (a) stray cats and dogs; and (b) birds: hooded crow (Corvus cornix), common magpie (Pica pica), Eurasian rook (Corvus frugilegus), thrush (Turdidae), common heron (Ardea cinerea), seagull (Larus gen.), cormorant (Phalacrocorax), bittern (Botaurus stellaris) and diver (Colymbus gen.) (Art. 12). Hunting shall be classified as commercial; (b) artisanal and sport; (c) for scientific research and educational purposes; (d) for regulatory purposes; and (e) for acclimatization, stock enhancement and hybridization (Art. 15). Hunter shall have the duty to: (a) hunt species inserted in hunting permit; (b) observe established rates and quotas of hunting and hunting periods; (c) prevent damaging, destruction or deterioration of natural habitats of wild fauna species subject to hunting; (d) submit correct information on quantity of hunted game in accordance with hunting permit; and (e) use humane hunting methods (Art. 17). Basic requirements for captive breeding shall be: (a) regular feeding of animals in accordance with the established rates; (b) veterinary servicing; and (c) number (density) complying with hunting grounds of the 1 category (Art. 20).
Amended by: Regional Law No. 94-GD amending Regional Law No. 31-GD “On hunting and conservation of hunting resources”. (2013-10-08)
Amended by: Regional Law No. 128-GD amending Regional Law No. 31-GD “On hunting and conservation of hunting resources”. (2015-12-07)
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