to retrieve the bird and retain it in his actual custody while inthe feld. Crippled birds must be killed immediately. Any birdsgiven to or let with another person must be tagged by thehunter with a tag showing his signature, address, the numberand species o birds, and the dates they were killed. Pack-ages in which migratory game birds are shipped must showthe names and addresses o the sender and receiver, and thenumber and species o birds contained in the parcel. (50 CFR20.25, 20.36, 20.44)
BAG LIMIT –
No person may, during any one day, take morethan one daily bag limit or possess more than one daily baglimit in the feld, or while returning to the car, hunting camp orhome. (50 CFR 20.24, 20.35)
For inormation regarding the importationo migratory game birds killed in another country, huntersshould consult ederal regulations. One ully eathered wingmust remain attached to all migratory game birds being trans-ported between the port o entry and the hunter’s home or toa migratory bird preservation acility. No person shall importany migratory game birds rom any country except Canadaunless such birds are dressed, drawn and the head and eetare removed. Special regulations govern consignment to anapproved and licensed taxidermist. No person shall importmigratory game birds belonging to another person. (50 CFR20.61 through 20.66)
SEASON AND HOURS –
No person may take migratory gamebirds during the closed season. Migratory game birds may betaken only during hours open to hunting. (50 CFR 20.22, 20.23)
ONE FEATHERED WING —
Sportsmen should note that oneeathered wing (or head or sandhill crane only) must be letattached to all migratory game birds until they reach their fnaldestination.
NON-TOxIC SHOT —
No person may take ducks, geese(including brant), or coots while possessing shot (either in shot-shells or as loose shot or muzzleloading) other than approvednon-toxic shot. For a list o approved non-toxic shot, see www.ws.gov/migratorybirds/currentbirdissues/nontoxic.htm.
Monuments and military areas
The Grand Canyon-Parashant, Vermilion Clis, Sonoran Desert,Ironwood Forest, and Agua Fria National Monuments are opento hunting. Camp Navajo in Unit 6B is open to hunting only toproperly licensed members o the Arizona National Guard andCamp Navajo civilian personnel holding a valid Camp Navajohunting permit. Season dates and regulations must be obtainedrom the Arizona National Guard. The Fort Huachuca Army Gar-rison in Unit 35A is open to hunting only to properly licensedmilitary and Fort Huachuca civilian personnel holding a validFort Huachuca post hunting permit. Season dates and specialregulations must be obtained rom Fort Huachuca.The Florence Military Reservation (training areas B and D: theareas north and south o Cottonwood Canyon Road) in Unit37B is subject to short term closures due to military opera-tions, including live fre operations, and requires coordination with the Florence Military Reservation or hunting access. Forspecifc closure dates or any other access concerns, contact theFlorence Military Reservation at 602-267-2062. A map o theFlorence Military Reservation is located on the Arizona Gameand Fish Department’s website, www.azgd.gov (type FlorenceMilitary Reservation in the search box).
Hunters can report recovery o banded birds by calling1-800-327-BAND (2263).
Wildlife areas, county parks
For Restrictions or taking wildlie on Maricopa County Parksand Inormation on Status o Wildlie Areas (R12-4-802), see“Where, When and How You Can Hunt” section in the 2010–2011 Arizona Hunting and Trapping Regulations.
Waterfowl hunting information
Waterowl hunting inormation is available by visiting the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s website at www.azgd.gov/hunting and selecting Waterowl Hunting in thelet menu bar.