C-61.1, r. 5.1 - Regulation respecting animals in captivity

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102. If it is in a cage that protects it against predators or if it is under the constant supervision of its keeper, a bird of prey may be kept leashed, for a period not exceeding 24 hours, by means of a leash fixed to jesses attached to the bird’s tarsi.
However, the bird may be kept leashed for a longer period of time in one of the following cases:
(1)  during the small game hunting season if the bird is allowed to fly each week and is kept by the holder of a small game with a bird of prey hunting licence issued in accordance with the Regulation respecting hunting (chapter C-61.1, r. 12);
(2)  if the bird is allowed to fly each week as part of its training, shows, presentations to the public or activities for the management of intrusive animals;
(3)  during the season where its weight is lowered owing to its training.
1065-2018O.C. 1065-2018, s. 102.
In force: 2018-09-06
102. If it is in a cage that protects it against predators or if it is under the constant supervision of its keeper, a bird of prey may be kept leashed, for a period not exceeding 24 hours, by means of a leash fixed to jesses attached to the bird’s tarsi.
However, the bird may be kept leashed for a longer period of time in one of the following cases:
(1)  during the small game hunting season if the bird is allowed to fly each week and is kept by the holder of a small game with a bird of prey hunting licence issued in accordance with the Regulation respecting hunting (chapter C-61.1, r. 12);
(2)  if the bird is allowed to fly each week as part of its training, shows, presentations to the public or activities for the management of intrusive animals;
(3)  during the season where its weight is lowered owing to its training.
1065-2018O.C. 1065-2018, s. 102.