The LDWF fee modifies the proposed discover of intent for the foundations and rules of the 2021-2022 looking season
The next was communicated to us by LDWF:
(LDWF) – The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Fee accredited an modification Thursday, March 4 at its month-to-month assembly in Baton Rouge relating to using pure deer urine in Louisiana.
The modification states that the one pure deer urine merchandise which can be authorized to import, promote, use or possess will need to have a seal of approval on the product from the Accountable Searching Scent Affiliation or the Archery Commerce Affiliation Deer Safety Program.
The Louisiana Division of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Legislation Enforcement Division will actively monitor all Louisiana companies that promote these merchandise to make sure compliance. The total modification as adopted reads as follows:
It’s unlawful to import, promote, use or possess any perfumes or decoys containing pure deer urine or different bodily fluids, besides pure deer urine merchandise by producers or entities which can be actively registered and take part within the Accountable Searching Scent Affiliation (RHSA) or Archery Commerce Affiliation Deer Safety Program, and that has been examined utilizing real-time tremor-induced conversion (RT-QuIC ) and has licensed that no detectable degree of continual losing illness is current and is clearly labeled as such.
These actions are a part of the LDWF’s efforts to forestall Power Losing Illness (CWD) from getting into the state’s deer herd. CWD has not been detected in Louisiana however has been present in 26 states, together with Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas. For extra data on CWD, Click on right here.
A public listening to on this modification might be held on April 21, 2021, on the LDWF Headquarters in Baton Rouge at 10:00 a.m. within the Joe L. Herring Louisiana Room, 2000 Quail Drive.
To seek the advice of the entire notices of intent and all of the proposed dates for the looking season and regulatory modifications, Click on right here.
Public feedback on the modification might be accepted on the LWFC’s April 1 assembly in Baton Rouge or may be submitted on to Tommy Tuma, LDWF Wildlife Division, PO Field 98000, Baton Rouge, LA., 70898-9000 or by electronic mail to ttuma @ wlf.la.gov till April 21.
For extra data, contact Tommy Tuma at 225-765-2349 or [email protected]
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