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  • #5622

    revwarnut
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    Would this information make a good sticky?
    Anything to add to it?

    A list of Federally protected Birds of the USA per the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. (MBTA)
    http://www.fws.gov/migratorybirds/RegulationsandPolicies.html

    7-30-09 – The link above was edited as the original had “died”. From that link, click on Birds Protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act for the info.
    (This data is also accessible from the link below.)

    A resource for determining the status of other species.

    http://www.fws.gov/Endangered/

    #72185

    sawtime
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    why why why is the crow protected?
    Don’t know about you folks, but around here they are taking over.
    Granted around here is a no fly zone for Mr. Crow.

    SAW
    edit/bad spelling

    #72195

    anonymous
    Member

    Perhaps a list of unprotected birds would be easier. That list would include:

    English Sparrow
    European Starling
    Feral Rock Dove (Pigeon)
    Eurasion Collared Doves.

    Other birds can be eradicated with a permit of course if causing depredation to property. These, to include Yellow-headed, red-winged, rusty, or Brewerโ€™s blackbirds and all grackles, cowbirds (does not include cattle egret), crows, or magpies.

    Your state my vary.

    #72196

    revwarnut
    Member

    Great idea Airtight!

    A list of invasive/unprotected species or one of both..

    #72207

    jlong
    Member

    Here is the list of gamebirds from same site
    http://www.fws.gov/migratorybirds/intrnltr/mbta/gmebrd.html

    #72251

    knifemaker
    Member

    I gotta get a Permit to shoot a Black Bird? Grackels are every where here shitting on everything! ๐Ÿ‘ฟ

    #72262

    anonymous
    Member
    quote knifemaker:

    I gotta get a Permit to shoot a Black Bird? Grackels are every where here shitting on everything! ๐Ÿ‘ฟ

    So the law book in our great state says… ๐Ÿ™„

    #75190

    mr-lama
    Member

    Does that first link work for you guys? It’s giving an error page for me.

    Crow’s are free game here in AL. No season or anything, just shoot at em. ๐Ÿ™‚

    #83486

    subssonic
    Member

    don’t know bout you guys but crow have there own season
    arround here and “Crows in the act of depredation may be taken at any time.”

    #91480

    the-marine
    Member

    crows ๐Ÿ˜† well lets just put it this way,I live in the woods,be it chip munks,birds or a pesky squirel,open season baby .this time of year while I set in my deer blind,they are safe.there is no shortage here!

    #181341

    looknup
    Member

    Due to the closure of the Federal Government and the Department of Interior there are no federally protected birds until further notice. :mrgreen:

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