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MN Transport of Registered Birds?


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The regulations (from DNR Turkey hunting pdf ) http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/recreation/hunting/turkey/hunt_rules.pdf :


• Every person who takes a wild turkey must register the bird within 24 hours of taking the turkey.

• You may now register by three methods: at a registration station (see mndnr.gov for the list), by phone, or by Internet.

The feathers, head, and feet must remain on the wild turkey until it is registered. Once registered turkeys may be transported with just a fully feathered attached wing, or an intact leg and foot.

• No person may possess an unregistered wild turkey outside the wild turkey permit area where the bird was taken unless it is being transported in a direct route to a registration station.

I guess breasting out a bird cannot happen legally until one reaches their home? I like to do this at camp ( after registering the bird) just to keep the mess out of the house and leave the carcass for the crows.

What does everyone else do?

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