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CORE Hunter Education Quiz Hunting Laws and Hunting Synopsis Quiz

CORE Hunter Education Quiz Hunting Laws and Hunting Synopsis Quiz

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The purpose of most laws, which govern hunting, is to protect human life and property, protect and conserve wildlife, or prescribe certain standards of conduct for hunters.

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Only Hunting Laws are important! It is NOT the responsibility of every hunter to know the federal, provincial and municipal laws which apply when hunting.

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It is the duty of every citizen to obey laws governing his or her own conduct and to see that laws are upheld by others.

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Adherence to all laws by all hunters will assure the opportunity to hunt in the future.

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The 3 levels of government that make laws which affect hunting are:

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Which of the following is NOT a law to “Protect and Conserve Wildlife”?

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It is the responsibility of every hunter who sees someone breaking the law to report the offense.

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Accidental violation should be covered up and never mentioned to authorities.

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Ignorance of existing laws is never an acceptable defense in a court of law.

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All landowners have protection against trespass.

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Who are the primary enforcers of the wildlife act?

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The abbreviation NBL in the hunting synopsis stands for No Black Labs.

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NBL indicarts "No Bag Limit"

When looking at the bag limits for birds, a limit indicating 5 (15) means 5 daily and 15 possession.

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A bag limit for a deer written 2(1) means 1 deer must be donated to the government.

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CORE Hunter Education Quiz Hunting Laws and Hunting Synopsis Quiz
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