The Wildlife and Countryside (Registration, Ringing and Marking of Certain Captive Birds) (England) Regulations 2015
The Wildlife and Countryside Regulations 2015
1 July 2015
England - wildlife
The Wildlife and Countryside (Registration, Ringing and Marking of Certain Captive Birds) (England) Regulations 2015 concern registration and ringing or marking requirements for birds subject to Schedule 4 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 or listed under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).
The Secretary of State is required to Maintain a register of birds kept at any address in England. Registration may only proceed when suitably ringed or marked in accordance with these regulations.
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