2018 Georgia Code
Title 27 - Game and Fish
Chapter 3 - Wildlife Generally
Article 3 - Transportation
§ 27-3-92. Transportation out of state

Universal Citation: GA Code § 27-3-92 (2018)
    It shall be unlawful for any person, other than a carrier who has complied with Code Section 27-3-94, to remove, ship, or transport wildlife out of this state except under the following conditions:
  • (1) The person must have in his possession at the time of such removing, shipping, or transporting the proper wildlife license or permit duly issued to such person by the department;

  • (2) The person cannot remove from the state more than the bag or possession limits established by law or regulation;

  • (3) The person shall make a sworn statement, duly attested to by an authorized officer of this state, which statement shall show that the person has lawfully taken such wildlife and that they are not for sale, except as otherwise permitted by the wildlife laws, rules, and regulations, and shall show the number of wildlife being shipped, transported, or removed from the state. One copy of the statement shall be given the carrier, if such wildlife is being transported by carrier, and one shall be attached to the wildlife being shipped, transported, or removed from the state; and

  • (4) The person shall submit his license or permit and sworn statement to any sheriff, deputy sheriff, or conservation ranger for inspection when requested to do so.

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