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Where is it legal to preserve harvested birds?

Where is it legal to preserve harvested birds?

Where is it legal to preserve harvested birds?

Preservation is a two-step process.

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In the first step,

birds may be partially preserved, i.e. plucked and eviscerated in any location, including in the hunting area. However, meat and a fully feathered-head or wing must remain attached to the carcasses until the birds are later completely preserved. This is so the species can be identified by game officers upon request.

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During the second step of preservation,

the bird or its edible parts are frozen, cooked, made into sausage, dried, canned or smoked. Birds are then completely preserved. This final stage of preservation must be completed in a location that is outside of the hunting area, and during this stage, the feathered-head or wing can be removed from the carcass.

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