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TITLE 31NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION
PART 2TEXAS PARKS AND WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT
CHAPTER 65WILDLIFE
SUBCHAPTER BDISEASE DETECTION AND RESPONSE
DIVISION 2CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE - MOVEMENT OF DEER
RULE §65.93Harvest Log
Historical Texas Register

(a) When a release site is required by this division to maintain a harvest log, the harvest log shall be maintained daily and shall meet the requirements of this section.

(b) For each deer harvested on the release site the landowner must, on the same day that the deer is harvested, legibly enter the following information in the daily harvest log:

  (1) the name and hunting license of the person who harvested the deer;

  (2) the date the deer was harvested;

  (3) the species (white-tailed or mule deer) and type of deer harvested (buck or antlerless);

  (4) any alphanumeric identifier tattooed on the deer;

  (5) any RFID or NUES tag number of any RFID or NUES tag affixed to the deer; and

  (6) any other identifier and identifying number on the deer, including a description of any evidence or indication that the deer was a liberated deer including, but not limited to evidence of having been eartagged at any time (holes, rips, notches, etc. in ear tissue).

(c) The daily harvest log shall be made available upon request to any department employee acting in the performance of official duties.

(d) By not later than April 1 of each year, the owner of a release site shall submit the contents of the daily harvest log to the department via TWIMS or via another method specified by the department.

(e) The daily harvest log shall be on a form provided or approved by the department and shall be retained for a period of one year following submission and acceptance by the department.


Source Note: The provisions of this §65.93 adopted to be effective August 15, 2016, 41 TexReg 5726

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