|(a) No permit is required for an activity governed by this subchapter involving nongame species for which there are no provisions by rule or statute that would otherwise restrict take or possession. (b) Permits issued under this subchapter shall be issued to named individuals only, and shall not be held in the name of an agency, firm, or institution. (c) The propagation of protected wildlife for educational display shall not be authorized and no permit for such activity may be issued. (d) No person may employ or use any devices, means, methods, activities, locations, or personnel other than those authorized by a permit unless that person has received prior written authorization from the department in the form of a permit amendment. A permittee or subpermittee must possess on their person any such authorizations in addition to a copy of the original permit while conducting any activity governed by this
subchapter. (e) Except as otherwise provided for in this section, activities authorized by a permit issued under this subchapter shall be conducted only by the permittee(s) or subpermittee(s) named on the permit or permit amendment. Unpermitted assistants may perform activities authorized by a permit only when under the direct on-site supervision of the permittee. A permittee engaging unpermitted assistants shall maintain on file and possess on their person in the field a signed and dated list of all unpermitted persons assisting in permitted activities. (f) Any subpermittee who desires to make unsupervised collections shall carry the written permission of the permittee on their person while conducting any activities authorized by a permit. (g) A permit issued under this subchapter shall not authorize the sale of protected wildlife. (h) Permits issued under this subchapter are valid for three years from the
date of issuance, provided the permittee abides by the provisions of this subchapter. (i) The provisions of this subchapter do not apply to mountain lions after September 1, 1997.