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Redhead pair,mallard drakes

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by byrdman, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. byrdman

    byrdman Well-Known Member

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    2 yr redhead pr good feather right now 95pr
    2 drake mallard practice/stander types 12ea
     
  2. brian k

    brian k New Member

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    Re: Redhead pair,mallard drakes,hawwaiin goose

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  3. giveem3 steve

    giveem3 steve Member

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    Re: Redhead pair,mallard drakes,hawwaiin goose

    According to FWS in my area here in Idaho its perfectly legal to sell any waterfowl as long as it was pen raised.
     
  4. mjvaden

    mjvaden New Member

    It is legal to sell pen raised water fowl.what pat had offed was an endangerd nene goose. Endangered species can not be sold interstate which is why the nene goose was removed from his ad so if you were interested in the nene goose. You can not legally buy it.
     
  5. giveem3 steve

    giveem3 steve Member

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    Even if the goose was pen raised you can't sell it?
     
  6. rmann

    rmann Member

    The NeNe and White- winged wood ducks cannot go across state lines of origin.
     
  7. byrdman

    byrdman Well-Known Member

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    that makes no sense that you can buy and sell live pen-raised nene all day long....but cant sell a dead one....going to research this further...
     
  8. rmann

    rmann Member

    I think you can sell it if you want, just you or the buyer cannot take it out of your state, or ship it out of your state, but yeah, let us know if different.
     
  9. Live NeNe's can be shipped within the state of MN with your Typical State and Federal Game Farm License. The game farm you purchase them from need to register the birds the the Federal Fish & WIldlife Service. These birds need to be banded and the band number registered. When live birds are shipped over state lines a $100.00 permit is required from the USFW Service. This permit takes 3-6 months to get and the permit is only good for that shipment. Once your permit is granted your game farm and facilities will be inspected by the USFW Service to besure this information stated on your permit is fact. If information is found to be false you will be required to surrender your birds. Each NENE that is purchased within the next year you will still need to apply for a permit but it is only 50.00 at this point, and then once again your place will be inspected. The sale and buying of NeNe's because of being an endangered species is one wants to stay away from unless all your paperwork is in line.
     
  10. byrdman

    byrdman Well-Known Member

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    Mike, how about dead ones for taxidermy from a licensed breeder with permits
     
  11. mjvaden

    mjvaden New Member

    Fish a.d wildlife has a provision for live birds to allow for jnter state sales and movement by permit. But once it dies it has the full protection of the endangered species act which makes interstate sales illegal.
     
  12. Pat, Once the bird is deceased I believe it can only be destroyed. I believe the breeder that bird was purchased from should have destroyed it and reported it to the USFW as the bird dying along with the band number. No sale or profit can be made off an endangered specie. This is also true in many exotic pheasants that are endangered.
     
  13. mislynx

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    That's why they are endangerd no one wants to have to do all that BS
     
  14. rmann

    rmann Member

    That is very true, most all were saved from the brink of extinction, and kept from extinction still by aviculturist, but yet it seems they are the ones being punished by all the regulations, so could yet all disappear someday, but how else do they regulate the exploitation of the dead for their feathers?