Sunday Game Bird Hunting One Signature Away from Becoming Law

Delaware Sportsmen’s Caucus driven House Bill 271 (HB 271) passed both the House and Senate unanimously with CSF’s testimony and support and is now awaiting Governor John Carney’s signature for enactment. HB 271 removes game birds from the list of species prohibited from Sunday hunting within the First State. Delaware’s definition of game birds includes waterfowl, rails, wild turkeys, pheasants, quail, chukar, and doves, amongst others. By lifting the current prohibition, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Division of Fish and Wildlife will continue to have the authority to establish and regulate season dates, bag limits and enforcement for the hunting of game birds but will gain the ability to add Sundays to the existing game bird seasons.


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TSV host Fred Bird is joined by John Daniel, President of the National Trappers Association, and Jason Wisniewski, President of Fur Takers of America, to talk about the history and necessity of fur trapping as a predator and furbearer control mechanism. 



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