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The Migratory Bird legislation you quote, myladydanes, is a regulation as opposed to an act; this leads me to think that there have been changes in the Migratory Birds Act since I was in court while it was being cited. So, again, I think we're all right.K0juh, I apologize to you. I wasn't aware there had been changes since my contact with the Act.
K0juh and myladydanes, I think we all sound like we know what we're talking about and since the matter I dealt with was a few years ago, there may have been a change in the legislation in the interim and we all may be right. (Now I'll go and read the reference you've supplied my lady.)
jyl, I wanted to know more about this issue myself. I found this info about waterfowl hunting in Saskatchewan www.ec.gc.ca/rcom-mbhr/default.asp?lang=en&n=8AEFB24D-1
We must be talking about different legislations; the one I'm familiar with is a federal statute and applies all across our country. It was spoken to in the Supreme Court of BC a few years ago; counsel for HMTQ for Canada quoted it with regard to Canada Geese.
In the photo with Jake are Canada & White Fronted Geese shot legally during Saskatchewan's hunting season for Migratory waterfowl. All the provinces in Canada have legal hunting seasons for migratory waterfowl.
Some look like either Canada Geese or hybrids of them. As a migratory species, it's illegal to kill them in Canada!! Last time I checked, Saskatchewan was still a part of Canada.
Are those dead birds? Horrors.