Tagging and Transportation

1. Game birds, being transported, must have one leg, or head, or sufficient plumage attached (waterfowl – feathered wing attached) to allow identification of the species (LB-82-C-Sec. 42).

2. Big game must be immediately tagged upon retrieval.

3. No person may refuse inspection and count of wildlife. Any motor vehicle, camper or trailer may be stopped for such inspection and count (LB-82-C-Sec. 10).

4. It shall be unlawful for any big game permittee to transport any big game without being present with the carcass until such time as the carcass is processed. It shall be unlawful for anyone to knowingly accept for and transport another’s big game without the valid license holder present or written permission from the person providing the game or parts thereof. This subsection shall not apply to any authorized enforcement persons who in the course of their duties transport any such seized big game, or Senior/Disabled Citizens under Section 8.07.

5. It shall be unlawful for any upland game and/or bird permittee to transport any upland game or upland game bird without being present with the carcass until such time as the carcass is processed. Nor shall any person knowingly accept for transport another’s upland game or upland game bird without the valid license holder present or written permission from the person providing the game. This section shall not apply to any authorized enforcement persons who in the course of their duties transport any seized upland game or upland game bird.

6. No person who kills big game pursuant to this ordinance shall remove a carcass or registration tag from that big game animal until such time as the carcass is butchered or processed for consumption.

7. No person shall transport any upland game or upland game bird in or on any motor vehicle without possessing the appropriate permit or required license.

8.  All mule deer bucks must have at least one antler with four (4) points or better.  A legal point is 1" in length.