6 CRR-NY 175.2NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 6. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
CHAPTER I. FISH AND WILDLIFE
SUBCHAPTER I. MISCELLANEOUS LICENSES
PART 175. SPECIAL LICENSES AND PERMITS—DEFINITIONS AND UNIFORM PROCEDURES
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175.2 Definitions.
As used in sections 11-0305, 11-0515, 11-0517, 11-0536, 11-0917, 11-1705, 11-1901, 11-1903, 11-1905, 11-1907, 11-1909, 11-1911 and 11-1913 of the Environmental Conservation Law, in Parts 173, 174, 180 and 182 of this Title and in licenses or permits issued pursuant to such sections and Parts and applications for such licenses and permits, the following terms shall mean:
(a) Educational shall mean collection, possession and/or exhibition in order to teach or instruct about the characteristics, ecological role or conservation needs of a fish or wildlife species, population or community.
(b) Exhibition means regular public display or showing of fish, wildlife or parts thereof or products made therefrom where the display itself is the chief object. A license or permit authorizing possession for exhibition purposes may permit exhibition with the intention or expectation of receiving monetary gain.
(c) Zoological means collection and/or possession of live fish and wildlife for use in:
(1) developing husbandry techniques for maintaining self-sustaining captive populations;
(2) establishment and maintenance of captive populations to supply specimens to others for scientific or educational purposes; or
(3) preservation of a gene pool for possible reintroduction to the wild. A license or permit authorizing collection and/or possession for zoological purposes may provide that the fish or wildlife may be exhibited.
(d) Propagation means production of selected species by application of husbandry techniques in a controlled environment for commercial or other authorized purposes.
(e) Scientific means use of fish, wildlife or parts thereof by a scientific institution, clinic, laboratory or individual researcher to expand scientific knowledge or to gain knowledge of a fish or wildlife species, population or community. Captive-bred populations may be established and maintained as part of a scientific endeavor.
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Current through February 28, 2021
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