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6242.0100 DEFINITION OF SHOOTING PRESERVE.

A shooting preserve is a privately operated facility where protected wild animals are released for shooting outside regularly established seasons and regulations. Only species authorized on the shooting preserve license may be released and taken. A person, corporation, or partnership may not operate a shooting preserve without a valid license. There are two classes of shooting preserve, private and commercial, as provided by Minnesota Statutes, sections 97A.115 and 97A.121.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 97A.115

History:

18 SR 83

Published Electronically:

June 11, 2008