The following words and terms, when used in this subchapter, shall have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise. (1) Education--Activities that encourage management and conservation of wildlife resources or which are intended to increase the public's awareness and understanding of aspects of wildlife biology. (2) Fostering--Using a captive animal to rear young animals of the same species. (3) Holding--Retaining in captivity. (4) Human imprinting or human bonding--A dependency or fixation upon humans as parent substitutes or companions. (5) Non-releasable animal--An animal which, after rehabilitation, is determined by the department to be unlikely to survive in the wild if released. (6) Propagate--To allow animals to produce offspring. (7) Rehabilitation--The temporary caring for injured, orphaned, or sick
wildlife until such animals can be released to the wild. (8) Release to the wild--Release of wildlife to an area where it is capable of leaving at will. (9) Socialize--Using a captive animal to teach wild behaviors to juvenile animals of the same species. (10) Subpermittee--A person authorized by a permit to conduct activities only while under the supervisory responsibility of a permit holder. (11) Supervisory responsibility--The responsibility that a permit holder has to direct the actions of an individual under his or her control, and for which that supervisor accepted legal responsibility. (12) Transportation--The transfer of captive protected wildlife from one permit holder to another, from an out-of-state source to an in-state permit holder, from an in-state permit holder to an out-of-state destination, from site of legal capture to holding, or to site of final disposition.
(13) Volunteer--An individual who works with permitted wildlife in the presence of the permit holder or subpermittee.