Title 50

SECTION 71.11

71.11 National fish hatcheries open for hunting.

§ 71.11 National fish hatcheries open for hunting.

The following hatcheries are open for hunting as governed by applicable Federal and State regulations, and are listed in alphabetical order with additional hatchery-specific regulations.

(a) Iron River National Fish Hatchery - (1) Migratory game bird hunting. We allow migratory game bird hunting on designated areas of the hatchery.

(2) Upland game hunting. We allow upland game hunting on designated areas of the hatchery.

(3) Big game hunting. We allow big game hunting on designated areas of the hatchery subject to the following conditions:

(i) You must label tree stands and ground blinds with the owner's State hunting license number. The label must be readable from the ground.

(ii) You may place tree stands and ground blinds on the refuge only from September 1 to December 31 annually.

(b) Leadville National Fish Hatchery - (1) Migratory game bird hunting. We allow migratory game bird hunting on designated areas of the hatchery.

(2) Upland game hunting. We allow upland game hunting on designated areas of the hatchery.

(3) Big game hunting. We allow big game hunting on designated areas of the hatchery subject to the following conditions:

(i) You must label tree stands and ground blinds with the owner's State hunting license number. The label must be readable from the ground.

(ii) You may place tree stands and ground blinds on the refuge only from September 1 to December 31 annually.

(4) Sport fishing. See § 71.12(g) for hatchery-specific fishing regulations for this hatchery.

(c) Southwest Native Aquatic Resources and Recovery Center - (1) Migratory game bird hunting. We allow the hunting of sandhill crane, light and dark goose, duck, merganser, coot, mourning and white-winged dove, and band-tailed pigeon on designated areas of the hatchery.

(2) Upland game hunting. We allow the hunting of Eurasian collared dove; dusky (blue) grouse; pheasant; scaled quail; and Abert's, red, gray, and fox squirrel on designated areas of the hatchery.

(3) [Reserved]