What is the process for transferring my permit from state to state, and if I currently have a bird in possession and it is passage trapped, can I take her with me? I know this may vary from states and I might have to dig into my state regs for that one, but transferring permits should be pretty standard.
Thanks for the help, just need a general process for now, if it comes down to the actual move I'll dig deeper into it.
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You will have to reapply for a new state license. You will also have to get a state hunting license if they are required in the new state. You can take your birds with you, but, you will have to pay any import permits that are required. You will also have to advise the Feds of your birds being moved to another state. Thats all I can remember about my move to New Mexico. The new mews will have to be inspected.
Post by borderhawk on Jan 18, 2010 17:39:03 GMT -5
Since I first became permitted I've moved from Washington state to Texas to Arizona, and then again within Arizona. I only had a bird during one of those moves but was told for all the moves that if I had a bird I would have to be ready for facilities inspection within 30 days after the move. Then it was just a matter of waiting for the inspection....getting the state permit, then the federal permit. Since the moves between TX and AZ were within the same federal region, as long as I was not "renewing" I didn't have pay for a new federal permit.