Register June 2022 No. 798
Chapter NR 19
MISCELLANEOUS FUR, FISH, GAME AND OUTDOOR RECREATION
Subchapter I — Miscellaneous
Handling fees for certain approvals.
Waivers for an educational outdoor skills activity.
Control of muskrats on cranberry marshes.
Release, importation and transportation of fish.
Drainage of water from boats and equipment required.
Bait dealer's wild harvest permit required; criteria; records required.
Fish nets and traps.
Commercial fishing studies on inland, outlying, and boundary waters.
Wild rice conservation.
Scientific collectors permits and scientific research licenses.
Fish, fur, game seals.
Tagging the carcasses of wild animals, birds and fish taken on Indian reservations.
Animals killed by motor vehicles.
Wild animal protection.
Season and restrictions for taking frogs.
Seasons, limits, restrictions on taking crayfish.
Criminal history checks; volunteer instructors.
Department authority to void local hunting, fishing and trapping ordinances.
All-terrain vehicle and bowhunter, snowmobile and hunter education program fee.
Wisconsin cooperative trapper education program fee.
Feeding of wild animals.
Subchapter II — Wildlife Rehabilitation
General wildlife rehabilitation provisions.
Care and treatment of wildlife.
Infectious disease reporting and response.
Record keeping and reporting.
Qualifications of sponsors.
Wildlife rehabilitation advisory council.
Subchapter III — Permitting the Use of Natural Bodies of Water as Fish Farms
Purpose and applicability.
Natural body of water permit application fees.
Applicant permit procedures for use of natural bodies of water for fish farms.
“Active service", for purposes of s. 29.194
, Stats., means full time employment as a member of the armed services and does not include annual summer training by members of the national guard or reserves.