Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Hunting Regulations 2020-2021 - Flipbook - Page 62
DAILY BAG LIMIT
The maximum number of migratory game
birds of a single species or combination
(aggregate) of species permitted to be
taken by one person in any one day during
the open season in any one specified geographic area for which a daily bag limit is
AGGREGATE DAILY BAG LIMIT
The maximum number of migratory game
birds permitted to be taken by one person in
any one day during the open season when
such person hunts in more than one specified geographic area and/or for more than
one species for which a combined daily bag
limit is prescribed. The aggregate daily bag
limit is equal to, but shall not exceed, the
largest daily bag limit prescribed for any one
species or for any one specified geographic
area in which taking occurs.
One’s principal or ordinary home or dwelling place, as distinguished from one’s temporary or transient place of abode or dwelling such as a hunting club, or any club
house, cabin, tent or trailer house used as
a hunting club, or any hotel, motel or
rooming house used during a hunting,
pleasure or business trip.
MIGRATORY BIRD PRESERVATION
1. Any person who, at their residence or
place of business and for hire or other
2. Any taxidermist, cold-storage facility
or locker plant which, for hire or other
3. Any hunting club which, in the normal
course of operations; receives, possesses, or has in custody any migratory
game birds belonging to another person
for purposes of picking, cleaning, freezing, processing, storage or shipment.
NORMAL AGRICULTURAL PLANTING,
HARVESTING OR POST-HARVEST
A planting or harvesting undertaken for the
purpose of producing and gathering a crop,
or manipulation after such harvest and
removal of grain, that is conducted in
accordance with official recommendations
of State Extension Specialists of the
Cooperative Extension Service of the U.S.
Department of Agriculture (USDA).
NORMAL AGRICULTURAL OPERATION
A normal agricultural planting, harvesting,
post-harvest manipulation, or agricultural
practice that is conducted in accordance
with official recommendations of State
Extension Specialists of the Cooperative
Extension Service of the USDA.
NORMAL SOIL STABILIZATION
A planting for agricultural soil erosion control or post-mining land reclamation conducted in accordance with official recommendations of State Extension Specialists
of the Cooperative Extension Service of the
USDA for agricultural soil erosion control.
The alteration of natural vegetation or agricultural crops by activities that include but
are not limited to mowing, shredding, discing, rolling, chopping, trampling, flattening,
burning or herbicide treatments. The term
manipulation does not include the distributing or scattering of grain, seed, or other
feed after removal from or storage on the
field where grown.
Any non-agricultural, native, or naturalized
plant species that grows at a site in
response to planting or from existing seeds
or other propagules. The term natural vegetation does not include planted millet.
However, planted millet that grows on its
own in subsequent years after the year of
planting is considered natural vegetation.
IT IS LEGAL TO TAKE MIGRATORY
GAME BIRDS INCLUDING
WATERFOWL, COOTS AND CRANES,
ON OR OVER THE FOLLOWING
LANDS OR AREAS THAT ARE NOT
OTHERWISE BAITED AREAS
Standing crops or flooded standing
crops (including aquatics);
Standing, flooded, or manipulated
natural vegetation; flooded harvested
croplands; or lands or areas where
seeds or grains have been scattered
solely as the result of a normal agricultural planting, harvesting, post-harvest manipulation or normal soil stabilization practice;
2019-2020 Louisiana Hunting Regulations