Trapping Official Study Guide

  1. _ traps are illegal for use in commercial fur or recreational application in California
    Body gripping
  2. There are zones throughout California where the use of _ traps and _ , except those totally submerged, and _ traps are prohibited
    • conibear
    • snare
    • deadfall
  3. There are zones throughout California where the use of Conibear-type (kill) traps and snares, except those totally submerged, and deadfall traps are prohibited, for the protection of the _ fox and _ fox
    • San Joaquin
    • Sierra Nevada
  4. _ is required if working for an animal damage/nuisance wildlife control company
    Trapping license
  5. _ traps may be used only to protect human health or safety, and only by government agencies
    Leg hold
  6. Leg-hold traps may be used only to protect _ and _, and only by government agencies
    human health and safety
  7. Leg-hold traps may be used only to protect human health or safety, and only by _ _.
    government agencies
  8. _ traps may be used to prevent property damage
    Body gripping
  9. _ _ leg-hold traps are prohibited
    Steel jawed
  10. Traps must be inspected and trapped animals _ _ _ _ _
    removed at least once daily
  11. A trapper must either _ or _ on site
    euthanize a trapped animal or release it immediately
  12. It is illegal to set or maintain traps which _ or other identifying mark registered to the department
    do not bear a number
  13. A trapper may not set a trap within ? yards of any structure used as a permanent or temporary residence, unless such traps are set by a person controlling such property or by a person who has and is carrying with him written consent of the landowner to so place the trap or traps
    150 yards
  14. Fur-bearing or nongame mammals taken under the authority of _, may not be bought, sold or enter into the commercial market
    depredation
  15. The pelts of animals taken with body-gripping traps may _
    not be sold
  16. A trapping license may be _ for a violation of the trapping laws and regulations
    revoked
  17. Fur-bearing and/or nongame mammals that are injuring property may be _
    taken at any time and/or in any manner
  18. ? or ? mammals that are injuring property may be taken at any time and/or in any manner
    • Fur bearing
    • non game
  19. An annual trapping report is required by date?
    July 1
  20. Commercial fur takers who use _ or _ must abide by both hunting and trapping laws and regulations
    dog or predator calls
  21. _ _ _ who use dogs or predator calls must abide by both hunting and trapping laws and regulations
    Commercial fur takers
  22. It shall be unlawful to trap any _, or attempt to do so, or to sell or export any _ or part of any _ taken in the State of California.
    bobcat
  23. Except for _ taken under a hunting license and tagged with a _ hunting tag as set forth in Section 478.1, or as provided in subsection 479(b), it shall be unlawful for any person to possess, whether for sale, export, or personal use, any _ pelt or part thereof taken in California without a department mark or shipping tag affixed to the pelt or part.
    bobcat
  24. hunting wildlife from one- half hour after _ to one-half hour before _ is prohibited in Monterey and San Benito counties east of Highway 101.
    • sunset
    • sunrise
  25. The use of _ for night hunting is prohibited in any area where the general deer season is open.
    lights
  26. The use of lights for night hunting is prohibited in any area where the general _ season is open.
    deer
  27. _ and _ may be taken with the aid of a spotlight or other artificial light operated from a vehicle provided such vehicle is stopped and standing with the motor off
    Furbearing mammals and nongame mammals
  28. Furbearing mammals and nongame mammals may be taken with the aid of a _ or _ operated from a vehicle provided such vehicle is stopped and standing with the motor off
    spotlight or other artificial light
  29. Only _ lights or smaller, hand-held or worn on the head are permitted
    9 volt
  30. _ or _ suffering damage to livestock or other property by furbearing mammals or nongame mammals may designate, in writing, persons allowed by such landowner or tenant to use artificial lights in excess of 9 volts to assist in taking the depredating mammals.
    landowner or tenant
  31. The use of _ is prohibited during the archery seasons for deer or bear.
    dogs
  32. The use of dogs is prohibited during the _ seasons for deer or bear.
    archery
  33. The use of dogs is prohibited during the archery seasons for _ or _
    deer or bear
  34. The use of dogs is prohibited for the take of b_, b_, e_, b_ _, and a_.
    • bear,
    • bobcat,
    • elk,
    • bighorn sheep
    • antelope.
  35. The use of _ is prohibited for the take of bear, bobcat, elk, bighorn sheep and antelope.
    dogs
  36. _ _ may not be pursued with dogs except under the provisions of a depredation permit issued pursuant to Section 4803 of the Fish and Game Code
    Mountain lions
  37. Mountain lions may not be pursued with _ except under the provisions of a depredation permit issued pursuant to Section 4803 of the Fish and Game Code
    dogs
  38. _or _ may not be pursued with dogs except under the provisions of a permit issued pursuant to sections 3960.2 or 3960.4 of the Fish and Game Code
    Bear or bobcat
  39. Bear or bobcat may not be pursued with _ except under the provisions of a permit issued pursuant to sections 3960.2 or 3960.4 of the Fish and Game Code
    dogs
  40. _ _ on mountain lions is prohibited.
    Dog training
  41. Dog training on _ _ is prohibited.
    mountain lions
  42. The use of _ for the pursuit/take of mammals or for dog training is prohibited from the first Saturday in April through the day preceding the opening of the general deer season in the following dog control zones
    dogs
  43. The use of dogs for the pursuit/take of mammals or for dog training is prohibited from the first Saturday in April through the day preceding the opening of the general _ season in the following dog control zones
    deer
  44. The use of dogs is permitted for pursuing/taking _ mammals by federal and county animal damage control officers or by permittees authorized under a depredation permit issued by the department
    depredating
  45. Dogs may be trained on _ _ from March 1 through the day preceding the opening of the general _ _ season, except for closures and restrictions described in subsections 265(a) and (b).
    • gray fox
    • gray fox
  46. A _ in the act of injuring or killing livestock may be taken immediately provided the property owner or tenant applies for a permit from the department the next working day following the take.
    bobcat
  47. A bobcat in the act of injuring or killing _ may be taken immediately provided the property owner or tenant applies for a permit from the department the next working day following the take.
    livestock
  48. Permits issued pursuant to this section for beaver, wild pigs, or gray squirrels shall be valid for a period not to exceed # year
    one
  49. Permits issued pursuant to this section for bobcat, elk, bear, wild turkey, or deer shall be valid for a period not to exceed # consecutive days
    60
  50. Permits issued pursuant to this section authorizing the use of dogs for bear or bobcat shall authorize no more than three dogs and shall be valid for a period not to exceed # consecutive days
    20
  51. Holders of permits authorizing take of _ _ shall provide a report listing the date and sex of each _ _ taken
    • wild pigs
    • wild pig
  52. Holders of permits authorizing take of wild pigs shall provide a report listing the _ and _ of each wild pig taken
    date and sex
  53. Wild pigs... the permittee or designated agent shall complete and submit the report to the department on or before the #th? day of the following month.
    15th
  54. The permittee and/or agent shall ensure that all animals are _ _ _ _ _ _ and prevent any injured animal from escaping.
    killed in a human manner instantly
  55. The permittee and/or agent shall ensure that all animals are killed in a humane manner instantly and prevent any injured animal from _.
    escaping
  56. An employee of a federal, State, or local government agency or local district with responsibilities including but not limited to animal control, animal damage control, irrigation, flood, or natural resource reclamation, while acting in his/her official capacity may take depredating animals on the property designated in a permit issued pursuant to this sectionAn employee of a federal, State, or local government agency or local district with responsibilities including but not limited to animal control, animal damage control, irrigation, flood, or natural resource reclamation, while acting in his/her official capacity may take _ animals on the property designated in a permit issued pursuant to this section
    depredating
  57. A designated agent shall be any person who is acting under the direction and control of the permittee and who is # years of age or older
    21
  58. All animals taken pursuant to a permit, except _ _, shall be immediately tagged with tags provided by the department
    wild pigs
  59. ?, marten, river otter, desert kit fox and red fox may not be taken at any time
    fisher
  60. Fisher, ? , river otter, desert kit fox and red fox may not be taken at any time
    marten
  61. Fisher, marten, ? ?, desert kit fox and red fox may not be taken at any time
    river otter
  62. Fisher, marten, river otter, ? fox and red fox may not be taken at any time
    Desert kit fox
  63. Fisher, marten, river otter, desert kit fox and ? fox may not be taken at any time
    red fox
  64. Badger take season... statewide





    C) November 16 through the last day of February
  65. Badger... bag and possession limit = ?
    no limit
  66. Gray Fox take season... statewide





    A) November 24 through the last day of February
  67. Gray Fox... bag and possession limit = ?
    no limit
  68. Muskrat take season... statewide





    E) November 16 through March 31
  69. Mink take season... statewide





    D) November 16 through March 31
  70. Beaver take season





    D) November 1 through March 31
  71. Racoon take season





    D) November 16 through March 31
  72. _ mammals may be taken only with a firearm, bow and arrow, or with the use of dogs, or traps in accordance with the provisions of Section 465.5 of these regulations and Section 3003.1 of the Fish and Game Code
    Furbearing
  73. Furbearing mammals may be taken only with a _ , bow and arrow, or with the use of dogs, or traps in accordance with the provisions of Section 465.5 of these regulations and Section 3003.1 of the Fish and Game Code
    firearm
  74. Furbearing mammals may be taken only with a firearm, _ , or with the use of dogs, or traps in accordance with the provisions of Section 465.5 of these regulations and Section 3003.1 of the Fish and Game Code
    bow and arrow
  75. Furbearing mammals may be taken only with a firearm, bow and arrow, or _ , or traps in accordance with the provisions of Section 465.5 of these regulations and Section 3003.1 of the Fish and Game Code
    with the use of dogs
  76. Furbearing mammals may be taken only with a firearm, bow and arrow, or with the use of dogs, or _ in accordance with the provisions of Section 465.5 of these regulations and Section 3003.1 of the Fish and Game Code
    traps
  77. The take or attempted take of any _ mammal with a firearm shall be in accordance with the use of non lead projectiles and ammunition pursuant to Section 250.1
    furbearing
  78. The _ or _ take of any furbearing mammal with a firearm shall be in accordance with the use of nonlead projectiles and ammunition pursuant to Section 250.1
    take or attempted
  79. It is unlawful for any person to trap for the purposes of _ or _ in fur any furbearing mammal or nongame mammal with any body-gripping trap
    recreation or commerce
  80. It is unlawful for any person to trap for the purposes of recreation or commerce in _ any furbearing mammal or nongame mammal with any body-gripping trap
    fur
  81. It is unlawful for any person to trap for the purposes of recreation or commerce in fur any _ mammal or _ mammal with any body-gripping trap
    furbearing or non-game
  82. It is unlawful for any person to trap for the purposes of recreation or commerce in fur any furbearing mammal or nongame mammal with any _ trap
    body gripping
  83. Four types of body gripping traps
    • steel-jawed leg-hold traps,
    • padded-jaw leg-hold traps,
    • conibear traps,
    • snares
  84. Four not considered body gripping traps
    • Cage and box traps,
    • nets,
    • suitcase-type live beaver traps,
    • common rat and mouse traps
  85. Cage and box traps, nets, suitcase-type live beaver traps, and common rat and mouse traps shall not be considered body-gripping traps and may be used to trap any _
    furbearing or nongame mammal
  86. It is unlawful for any person to buy, sell, barter, or otherwise exchange for profit, or to offer to buy, sell, barter, or otherwise exchange for profit, the raw fur of any furbearing mammal or nongame mammal that was trapped with a _
    body gripping trap
  87. It is unlawful for any person to buy, sell, barter, or otherwise
    exchange for profit, or to offer to buy, sell, barter, or otherwise
    exchange for profit, the _ _ of any furbearing mammal or nongame
    mammal that was trapped with a body gripping trap.
    raw fur
  88. It is unlawful for any person to use or authorize the use of any _ trap
    steel jawed leg hold
  89. Governent agency is allowed to use padded-jaw leg-hold trap to protect human health or safety and the trap must be _
    padded
  90. _ _ must be attached to the center of the padded trap, rather than the side.
    Anchor chains
  91. A _ _ device such as a spring must be in the anchor chain.
    shock absorbing
  92. A shock absorbing device such as a spring must be in the _ _
    anchor chain
  93. A _ shall be stamped clearly on the trap or on a metal tag attached to the chain of the trap or to any part of the trap
    number
  94. A number shall be _ clearly on the trap or on a metal tag attached to the chain of the trap or to any part of the trap
    stamped
  95. A number shall be stamped clearly on the trap or on a _ _ attached to the _o f the trap or to any part of the trap
    metal tag attached to the chain
  96. All furbearing and nongame mammals that are legal to trap must be _ or _
    immediately killed or released
  97. All _ and _ that are legal to trap must be immediately killed or released
    furbearing and nongame mammals
  98. Unless released, trapped animals shall be killed by _ where local ordinances, landowners, and safety permit
    shooting
  99. trapped animals shall be killed by shooting where local ordinances, landowners, and safety permit. This regulation does not prohibit employees of federal, state, or local government from using _ _ to dispatch trapped animals.
    chemical euthanasia
  100. All traps shall be visited at least _ _by the owner of the traps or his/her designee. Such designee shall carry on his/her person written authorization, as owner's representative, to check traps
    once daily
  101. All traps shall be visited at least once daily by the _ or _. Such designee shall carry on his/her person written authorization, as owner's representative, to check traps
    owner of the traps or his/her designee
  102. All traps shall be visited at least once daily by the owner of the traps or his/her designee. Such designee shall carry on his/her person _ _, as owner's representative, to check traps
    written authorization
  103. Each time traps are checked all trapped animals _
    shall be removed
  104. Traps may not be set within # yards of any structure used as a permanent or temporary residence, unless such traps are set by a person controlling such property or by a person who has and is carrying with him written consent of the landowner to so place the trap or traps.
    150 yards
  105. Traps may not be set within 150 yards of any structure used as a _ or _, unless such traps are set by a person controlling such property or by a person who has and is carrying with him written consent of the landowner to so place the trap or traps.
    permanent or temporary residence
  106. Traps of the conibear-type with a jaw opening larger than ?x? may be used only in sets where the trap is wholly or partially submerged in water
    8x8
  107. Traps of the ?-type with a jaw opening larger than 8” x 8” may be used only in sets where the trap is wholly or partially submerged in water
    conibear
  108. Traps of the conibear-type with a jaw opening larger than 8” x 8” may be used only in sets where the trap is _ or _
    wholly or partially submerged in water
  109. Traps of the conibear-type with a jaw opening larger than 8” x 8” may be used only in sets where the trap is wholly or partially submerged in water or within # feet of permanent water
    within 100 feet of permanent water
  110. _ may be hunted at any hour of the day or night except that they may not be taken between one-half hour after sunset and one-half hour before sunrise
    Furbearers
  111. Furbearers may be hunted at _ of the day or night except that they may not be taken between one-half hour after sunset and one-half hour before sunrise
    any hour
  112. Furbearers may be hunted at any hour of the day or night except that they may not be taken between _ and _
    one-half hour after sunset and one-half hour before sunrise
  113. All holders of trapping licenses must submit to the department a sworn statement or report by date? of his/her annual take of fur for the preceding trapping season
    July 1
  114. All holders of trapping licenses must submit to the department a sworn statement or report by July 1 of his/her_ _ of fur for the preceding trapping season
    annual take
  115. All holders of trapping licenses must submit to the department a sworn statement or report by July 1 of his/her annual take of _ for the preceding trapping season
    fur
  116. All holders of trapping licenses must submit to the department a sworn statement or report by July 1 of his/her annual take of fur for _
    the preceding trapping season
  117. All holders of trapping licenses must submit to the _ a sworn statement or report by July 1 of his/her annual take of fur for the preceding trapping season
    department
  118. All holders of trapping licenses must submit to the department a sworn statement or _ by July 1 of his/her annual take of fur for the preceding trapping season
    report
  119. Statement or report shall show the _ _ _ _ furbearing mammals and nongame mammals taken, number sold, county in which furs were taken and the names and addresses of the persons to whom furs were shipped or sold.
    number of each kind of
  120. Statement or report shall show the number of each kind of _ and _ taken, number sold, county in which furs were taken and the names and addresses of the persons to whom furs were shipped or sold.
    furbearing mammals and nongame mammals
  121. Statement or report shall show the number of each kind of furbearing mammals and nongame mammals _ , number sold, county in which furs were taken and the names and addresses of the persons to whom furs were shipped or sold.
    taken
  122. Statement or report shall show the number of each kind of furbearing mammals and nongame mammals taken, _ _, county in which furs were taken and the names and addresses of the persons to whom furs were shipped or sold.
    number sold
  123. Statement or report shall show the number of each kind of furbearing mammals and nongame mammals taken, number sold, _ in which furs were taken and the names and addresses of the persons to whom furs were shipped or sold.
    county
  124. Statement or report shall show the number of each kind of furbearing mammals and nongame mammals taken, number sold, county in which _ were taken and the names and addresses of the persons to whom furs were shipped or sold.
    furs
  125. Statement or report shall show the number of each kind of furbearing mammals and nongame mammals taken, number sold, county in which furs were taken and the _ and _ of the persons to whom furs were shipped or sold.
    names and addresses
  126. Statement or report shall show the number of each kind of furbearing mammals and nongame mammals taken, number sold, county in which furs were taken and the names and addresses of the persons to whom furs were _ or _
    shipped or sold
  127. If the annual report is not received by July 1 following the most recent trapping year, or if it is not completely filled out, the _
    license will be suspended
  128. The commission shall be notified of any suspension and, subsequently, may revoke or reinstate applicant's license renewal application after written notice is given to the applicant and after he has been afforded an opportunity to be _
    heard
  129. Except as otherwise provided in Sections 478 and 485 and subsections (a) through (d) below, nongame birds and mammals _
    may not be taken
  130. The following nongame birds and mammals may be taken at any time of the year and in any number _ _, starling, coyote, weasels, skunks, opossum, moles and rodents
    English sparrow
  131. The following nongame birds and mammals may be taken at any time of the
    year and in any number English sparrow, _, coyote, weasels, skunks, opossum,
    moles and rodents
    starling
  132. The following nongame birds and mammals may be taken at any time of the
    year and in any number English sparrow, starling, _, weasels, skunks, opossum,
    moles and rodents
    coyote
  133. The following nongame birds and mammals may be taken at any time of the year : English sparrow, starling, coyote, _, skunks, opossum, moles and rodents
    weasels
  134. The following nongame birds and mammals may be taken at any time of the
    year : English sparrow, starling, coyote, weasels, _, opossum,
    moles and rodents
    skunks
  135. The following nongame birds and mammals may be taken at any time of the
    year : English sparrow, starling, coyote, weasels, skunks, _,
    moles and rodents
    opossum
  136. The following nongame birds and mammals may be taken at any time of the
    year : English sparrow, starling, coyote, weasels, skunks, opossum,
    _ and rodents
    moles
  137. The following nongame birds and mammals may be taken at any time of the
    year : English sparrow, starling, coyote, weasels, skunks, opossum,
    moles and _
    rodents
  138. Fallow, sambar, sika, and axis deer may be taken only concurrently with the general _ season
    deer
  139. Aoudad, mouflon, tahr, and feral goats may be taken _
    all year
  140. _ mammals may be taken at any time except as provided in this section
    Nongame
  141. Nongame mammals _ except as provided in this section
    may be taken at any time
  142. Nongame mammals may be taken at any time except as provided in this section. (a) Area Closed to _ _
    night hunting
  143. Nongame mammals may be taken only between _ and _
    one-half hour before sunrise and one-half hour after sunset
  144. On _, nongame mammals may be taken from one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise only by the landowner or his agents, or by persons who have in their immediate possession written permission issued by the landowner or tenant that states the permittee can trespass
    privately owned property
  145. On privately-owned property, _ may be taken from one-half
    hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise only by the landowner
    or his agents, or by persons who have in their immediate possession
    written permission issued by the landowner or tenant that states the
    permittee can trespass
    nongame mammals
  146. On privately-owned property, nongame mammals may be taken from one-half
    hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise only by the _
    or _, or by persons who have in their immediate possession
    written permission issued by the landowner or tenant that states the
    permittee can trespass
    • landowner
    • his agents
  147. On privately-owned property, nongame mammals may be taken from one-half
    hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise only by the landowner
    or his agents, or by persons who have in their immediate possession
    _ issued by the landowner or tenant that states the
    permittee can trespass
    written permission
  148. Fallow deer, axis deer, sambar deer, sika deer, aoudad, mouflon, tahr and feral goats may _
    be taken only from one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset
  149. Recorded or electrically amplified bird or mammal calls may not be used to take any _ or _ except coyotes, bobcats, American crows and starlings.
    nongame bird or nongame mammal
  150. Recorded or electrically amplified bird or mammal calls may not be used to take any nongame bird or nongame mammal except c_, bobcats, American crows and starlings.
    coyotes
  151. Recorded or electrically amplified bird or mammal calls may not be used
    to take any nongame bird or nongame mammal except coyotes, b_,
    American crows and starlings.
    bobcats
  152. Recorded or electrically amplified bird or mammal calls may not be used
    to take any nongame bird or nongame mammal except coyotes, bobcats,
    A_ c_ and starlings.
    American crows
  153. Recorded or electrically amplified bird or mammal calls may not be used to take any nongame bird or nongame mammal except coyotes, bobcats, American crows and s_.
    starlings
  154. No _, _, or other material capable of attracting a nongame mammal may be placed or used in conjunction with dogs for the purpose of taking any nongame mammals.
    No feed, bait
  155. No feed, bait or other material capable of attracting a _ may be placed or used in conjunction with dogs for the purpose of taking any nongame mammals.
    nongame mammal
  156. No feed, bait or other material capable of attracting a nongame mammal may be placed or used in conjunction with _ for the purpose of taking any nongame mammals.
    dogs
  157. No feed, bait or other material capable of attracting a nongame mammal may be placed or used in conjunction with dogs for the purpose of taking any _
    nongame mammals
  158. The take or attempted take of any _ or _ with a firearm shall be in accordance with the use of nonlead projectiles and ammunition pursuant to Section 250.1 of these regulations.
    nongame bird or nongame mammal
  159. The take or attempted take of any nongame bird or nongame mammal with a _ shall be in accordance with the use of nonlead projectiles and ammunition pursuant to Section 250.1 of these regulations.
    firearm
  160. It shall be unlawful to pursue, take or possess any bobcat without first procuring a _ and bobcat _
    • hunting license
    • hunting tags
  161. Bobcat Hunting Tags... Any person who possesses a valid hunting license may, upon payment of the fee specified in Section 702, procure only #? revocable, nontransferable bobcat hunting tags.
    5
  162. Bobcat hunting tags are valid only during _ in which bobcats may be legally harvested as provided in Section 478
    that portion of the current hunting license year
  163. Bobcat Hunting Tags...One part of the tag shall be immediately attached to the _ and kept attached until it is tanned, dried or mounted.
    pelt
  164. Bobcat Hunting Tags...One part of the tag shall be immediately attached to the pelt and kept _ until it is tanned, dried or mounted.
    attached
  165. Bobcat Hunting Tags...One part of the tag shall be immediately attached
    to the pelt and kept attached until it is _
    tanned, dried, or mounted.
  166. It is unlawful for any person to sell, offer for sale, barter, trade, purchase, transport from this state, or offer for out-of-state shipment by any common carrier any bobcat _
    pelts
  167. it shall be unlawful for any person to possess, whether for sale, export, or personal use, any bobcat pelt or part thereof taken in California without a _ or shipping tag affixed to the pelt or part.
    department mark
  168. it shall be unlawful for any person to possess, whether for sale, export, or personal use, any bobcat pelt or part thereof taken in California without a department mark or _ affixed to the pelt or part.
    shipping tag
  169. it shall be unlawful for any person to possess, whether for sale, export, or personal use, any bobcat pelt or part thereof taken in California without a department mark or shipping tag affixed to the _
    pelt
  170. In the case of a person diving from a boat, the license or permit may be kept on the boat, or in the case of a person diving from shore, the license or permit may be kept within # yards of the shore.
    500 yards
  171. It is unlawful to pursue, drive, or herd any _ or _ with any motorized water, land, or air vehicle, including, but not limited to, a motor vehicle, airplane, powerboat, or snowmobile, except in any of the following circumstances:
    bird or mammal
  172. It is unlawful to pursue, drive, or herd any bird or mammal except On _ to haze birds or mammals for the purpose of preventing damage by that wildlife to _.
    private property
  173. It is unlawful to pursue, drive, or herd any bird or mammal except On private property to haze birds or mammals for the purpose of _ by that
    wildlife to private property.
    preventing damage
  174. It is unlawful to pursue, drive, or herd any bird or mammal except in the pursuit of _
    agriculture
  175. It is unlawful to pursue, drive, or herd any bird or mammal except ...Pursuant to a _ from the department issued under regulations as the commission may prescribe.
    permit
  176. it is unlawful to sell or purchase any species of _ or _ or part thereof found in the wild in California
    bird or mammal
  177. it is unlawful to _ or _ any species of bird or mammal or part thereof found in the wild in California
    sell or purchase
  178. it is unlawful to sell or purchase any species of bird or mammal or part thereof _ in California
    found in the wild
  179. Products or handicraft items made from _ and _ , their carcass or parts thereof, lawfully taken under the authority of a trapping license, may be purchased or sold at any time
    furbearing mammals and nongame mammals
  180. Products or handicraft items made from furbearing mammals and nongame mammals, their carcass or parts thereof, lawfully taken under the authority of a _ , may be purchased or sold at any time
    trapping license
  181. Products or handicraft items made from furbearing mammals and nongame mammals, their carcass or parts thereof, lawfully taken under the authority of a trapping license, may be _
    purchased or sold at any time
  182. Shed antlers, or antlers taken from domestically reared animals that have been manufactured into products or handicraft items, or that have been cut into blocks or units which are to be handcrafted or manufactured into those articles may _
    be purchased or sold at any time.
  183. However, complete antlers, whole heads with antlers, antlers that are mounted for display, or antlers in velvet may _, except as authorized by Section 3087
    not be sold or purchased at any time
  184. _ _ of domestically raised game birds may be sold or purchased at any time.
    inedible parts
  185. inedible parts of domestically raised _ may be sold or purchased at any time.
    game birds
  186. inedible parts of domestically raised game birds may _
    be sold or purchased at any time.
  187. The following are _: pine marten, fisher, mink, river otter, gray fox, red fox, kit fox, raccoon, beaver, badger, and muskrat
    fur bearing mammals
  188. The following are fur-bearing mammals: _ _, fisher, mink, river otter, gray fox, red fox, kit fox, raccoon, beaver, badger, and muskrat
    pine marten
  189. The following are fur-bearing mammals: pine marten, _ , mink, river otter, gray fox, red fox, kit fox, raccoon, beaver, badger, and muskrat
    fisher
  190. The following are fur-bearing mammals: pine marten, fisher, _ , river otter, gray fox, red fox, kit fox, raccoon, beaver, badger, and muskrat
    mink
  191. The following are fur-bearing mammals: pine marten, fisher, mink, jQuery112409785229343992152_1545517824247? jQuery112409004037844304312_1545872687384? , gray fox, red fox, kit fox, raccoon, beaver, badger, and muskrat
    river otter
  192. The following are fur-bearing mammals: pine marten, fisher, mink, river otter, jQuery112408654363354375837_1546587163985? jQuery1124035507927714318355_1547316123120?, red fox, kit fox, raccoon, beaver, badger, and muskrat
    gray fox
  193. The following are fur-bearing mammals: pine marten, fisher, mink, river otter, gray fox, ??? ???, kit fox, raccoon, beaver, badger, and muskrat
    red fox
  194. The following are fur-bearing mammals: pine marten, fisher, mink, river otter, gray fox, red fox, ??? ???, raccoon, beaver, badger, and muskrat
    kit fox
  195. The following are fur-bearing mammals: pine marten, fisher, mink, river otter, gray fox, red fox, kit fox, ???, beaver, badger, and muskrat
    racoon
  196. The following are fur-bearing mammals: pine marten, fisher, mink, river otter, gray fox, red fox, kit fox, raccoon, ???, badger, and muskrat
    beaver
  197. The following are fur-bearing mammals: pine marten, fisher, mink, river otter, gray fox, red fox, kit fox, raccoon, beaver, ???, and muskrat
    badger
  198. The following are fur-bearing mammals: pine marten, fisher, mink, river otter, gray fox, red fox, kit fox, raccoon, beaver, badger, and ???
    muskrat
  199. It is unlawful to use _ to take fur-bearing mammals without a permit from the department
    poison
  200. It is unlawful to use poison to take _ mammals without a permit from the department
    fur-bearing
  201. The department may issue such a permit upon a written application indicating the _ desired to be used and the time and place of use.
    kind of poison
  202. The department may issue such a permit upon a written application indicating the kind of poison desired to be used and the _ of use.
    time and place
  203. It is unlawful to Use a steel-jawed leg hold trap, or use any trap with saw-toothed or spiked jaws.
    steel-jawed leghold
  204. It is unlawful to Use a steel-jawed leg hold trap, or use any trap with _
    saw-toothed or spiked jaws.
  205. It is unlawful to   Use a _ trap, as defined in subdivision (a) of Section 3003.1, for the purpose of recreation or commerce in fur
    body gripping
  206. It is unlawful to   Use a body-gripping trap, as defined in subdivision (a) of Section 3003.1, for the purpose of _
    recreation or commerce in fur
  207. It unlawful to   Use a _ trap that is larger than 6 inches by 6 inches, unless partially or wholly submerged in water
    conibear
  208. It unlawful to   Use a conibear trap that is larger than ???, unless partially or wholly submerged in water
    6x6 inches
  209. It unlawful to   Use a conibear trap that is larger than 6 inches by 6 inches, unless _
    partially or wholly submerged in water
  210. Unless prohibited by the department as a permit condition, a lawfully set conibear trap that is _ or less may be set pursuant to subdivision (g) of Section 465.5 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations.
    10 x 10 inches
  211. When any _ trap is set on publicly owned land or land expressly open to public use... post signs at every entrance and exit to the property
    conibear
  212. When any conibear trap is set on _ ... post signs at every entrance and exit to the
    property
    • publicly owned land or land expressly
    • open to public use
  213. When any conibear trap is set on publicly owned land or land expressly open to
    public use... post signs at _ to the property
    every entrance and exit
  214. When any conibear trap is set on publicly owned land or land expressly open to public use.. post at least #? additional signs posted within a radius of #? feet of the trap
    • four additional signs
    • 50 feet
  215. When any conibear trap is set on publicly owned land or land expressly open to public use... post signs in _ direction, with lettering that is a minimum of ??? inches high stating: "Danger! Traps Set For Wildlife. Keep Out."
    • each cardinal direction
    • three inches
  216. It is unlawful to   Kill any trapped mammal  by ???, injection with any chemical not sold for the purpose of euthanizing animals, or thoracic compression, commonly known as chest crushing
    intentional drowning
  217. It is unlawful to   Kill any trapped mammal  by intentional drowning,
    injection with any chemical not sold for the purpose of ???, or thoracic compression, commonly known as chest crushing
    euthanizing animals
  218. It is unlawful to   Kill any trapped mammal  by intentional drowning,
    injection with any chemical not sold for the purpose of euthanizing
    animals, or ???
    thoracic compression...chest crush
  219. every person, other than a fur dealer, who traps fur-bearing mammals or nongame mammals, designated by the commission or who sells raw furs of those mammals, shall procure a _
    trapping license
  220. every person, other than a ??? , who traps fur-bearing mammals or nongame mammals, designated by the commission or who sells raw furs of those mammals, shall procure a trapping license
    fur dealer
  221. ??? means any fur, pelt, or skin that has not been tanned or cured
    raw furs
  222. ??? or ??? pelts are raw furs
    salt cured or sun cured
  223. salt cured or sun cured pelts are ???
    raw furs
  224. Persons trapping mammals in accordance with Section 4152 or 4180 are not required to procure a trapping license except when providing trapping services for ???
    profit
  225. No raw furs taken by persons providing trapping services for profit may be ???
    sold
  226. No ??? taken by persons providing trapping services for profit may be sold
    raw furs
  227. No raw furs taken by persons providing trapping services for ??? may be sold
    profit
  228. A trapping license shall be issued to any resident of this state over the age of ??? years upon payment of a base fee of forty-five dollars ($45)
    16
  229. A trapping license shall be issued to any resident of this state over
    the age of 16 years upon payment of a base fee of $ ????
    $45
  230. A trapping license shall be issued   To any person _ upon payment of a base fee of $225
    not a resident of this state
  231. A trapping license shall be issued   To any person not a resident of this state upon payment of a base fee of $???
    $225
  232. A trapping license authorizes the person to take _ and _ for a term of one year from July 1st
    furbearing and nongame mammals
  233. A trapping license authorizes the person to take fur bearing and nongame mammals for a term of ??? year from July 1st
    one year
  234. A trapping license authorizes the person to take fur bearing and nongame mammals for a term of one year from date???
    July 1st
  235. It is unlawful to _ the trap of any licensee while the trap is being used by the licensee on public land or on land where the licensee has permission to trap.
    remove or disturb
  236. It is unlawful to remove or disturb the trap of any licensee while the trap is being
    used... except for _ while engaged in the performance of official duties
    any employee of the department
  237. Fur-bearing mammals, game mammals, and nongame mammals, when involved in dangerous disease outbreaks, may be taken by ???
    any government agency
  238. Fur-bearing mammals, game mammals, and nongame mammals, when involved in dangerous ???, may be taken by any government agency
    disease outbreaks
  239. It is unlawful to take any ??? fox for profit making purposes
    red fox
  240. It is unlawful to take any red fox for ???
    profit
  241. Every person engaging in, carrying on, or conducting wholly or in part the business of buying, selling, trading or dealing in ???? of fur-bearing mammals or nongame mammals is a fur dealer and shall procure a fur dealer license
    raw furs
  242. Every person engaging in, carrying on, or conducting wholly or in part the business of buying, selling, trading or dealing in raw furs of _ or _ is a fur dealer and shall procure a fur dealer license
    furbearing or nongame mammals
  243. Every person engaging in, carrying on, or conducting wholly or in part the business of buying, selling, trading or dealing in raw furs of fur-bearing mammals or nongame mammals is a _ and shall procure a fur dealer license
    fur dealer
  244. Every person engaging in, carrying on, or conducting wholly or in part the business of buying, selling, trading or dealing in raw furs of fur-bearing mammals or nongame mammals is a fur dealer and shall procure a ????
    fur dealer license
  245. Any person who is employed by a _ to engage in the business of buying, selling, trading, or dealing in raw furs only on behalf of the fur dealer and not on his own behalf is a fur agent and shall procure a fur agent license.
    licensed fur dealer
  246. Any person who is employed by a licensed fur dealer to engage in the business of buying, selling, trading, or dealing in raw furs only on behalf of the fur dealer and not on his own behalf is a ??? and shall procure a fur agent license.
    fur agent
  247. Any person who is employed by a licensed fur dealer to engage in the business of buying, selling, trading, or dealing in raw furs only on behalf of the fur dealer and not on his own behalf is a fur agent and shall procure a ????
    fur agent license
  248. A _ license authorizes the person to whom it is issued to buy, sell, barter, exchange, or possess raw furs or parts thereof of fur-bearing mammals and nongame mammals for a term of one year from July 1st, or if issued after the beginning of such term, for the remainder thereof.
    fur dealer
  249. Beginning January 1, 2014, it shall be unlawful to trap any ???, or attempt to do so, or to sell or export any ???? or part of any ??? taken in the area surrounding Joshua Tree National Park
    bobcat
  250. It is unlawful to use snares, hooks, or barbed wire to remove from the den, or fire to kill in the den, any _
    immature depredator mammal
  251. It is unlawful to deposit, permit to pass into, or place where it can pass into the waters of the state, or to abandon, dispose of, or throw away, within ??? feet of the high water mark of the waters of the state, any cans, bottles, garbage, motor vehicle or parts thereof, rubbish, litter, refuse, waste, debris, or the viscera or carcass of any dead mammal, or the carcass of any dead bird.
    150 feet
  252. Illnesses or diseases that are transmitted to people from vertebrate animals or their habitats are identified as “???” or “???.”
    • zoonotic diseases
    • zoonoses
  253. There are approximately #? reported zoonotic diseases
    200
  254. Furbearers and nongame mammals can serve as reservoirs for various ??? diseases
    zoonotic
  255. People can catch zoonoses either directly by _ , its urine or feces, parasites or vectors, or indirectly by contacting the animal’s habitat (contaminated air, soil, and water)
    contacting the animal
  256. People can catch zoonoses either directly by contacting the animal, _ , parasites or vectors, or indirectly by contacting the animal’s habitat (contaminated air, soil, and water)
    it's urine or feces
  257. People can catch zoonoses either directly by contacting the animal, its urine or feces, _ , or indirectly by contacting the animal’s habitat (contaminated air, soil, and water)
    parasites or vectors
  258. People can catch zoonoses either directly by contacting the animal, its urine or feces, parasites or vectors, or _
    indirectly by contacting the animal's habitat
  259. ??? and ??? should be consulted immediately whenever exposure to a zoonotic disease is suspected.
    • Your physician
    • public health officials
  260. Alveolar Echinococcosis disease results from being infected with the larval stage of Echinococcus _
    multilocularis
  261. AE disease results from being infected with the larval stage of Echinococcus multilocularis, a microscopic _
    tapeworm
  262. Disease? found in found in foxes, coyotes, dogs, and cats
    Alveolar Echinococcosis
  263. Wild foxes, coyotes, and cats get infected when they eat Echinococcus multilocularis larvae in infected _
    rodents, field mice, or voles
  264. Coyotes, foxes, dogs, and cats are not harmed by the tapeworm and do not have symptoms of _
    Alveolar Echinococcosis
  265. Human can be infected by Alveolar Echinococcosis... By _ from foxes or coyotes.
    By directly ingesting food items contaminated with stool from foxes or coyotes.
  266. Human can be infected by Alveolar Echinococcosis... By _ infected with the E. multilocularis tapeworm.
    petting or handling household cats and dogs
  267. _ is a disease of white blood cells caused by very small bacteria called rickettsiae
    Ehrlichiosis
  268. Ehrlichiosis is a disease of white blood cells caused by very small bacteria called _
    rickettsiae
  269. Ehrlichiosis is a disease of _ caused by very small bacteria called rickettsiae
    white blood cells
  270. The bacteria that cause _ are carried by ticks and can be transmitted to a person when a tick bites them.
    ehrlichiosis
  271. In California, the same tick that carries _ , the western black-legged tick, can also transmit Human Granulocytic Ehrlichiosis
    Lyme disease
  272. _ is a diarrheal illness caused by a one-celled, microscopic parasite.
    Giardiasis
  273. Giardiasis is a diarrheal illness caused by a one-celled, microscopic parasite, Giardia _ (also known as Giardia lamblia).
    intestinalis
  274. Giardiasis is a diarrheal illness caused by a one-celled, microscopic parasite, Giardia intestinalis (also known as Giardia _ ).
    lamblia
  275. Giardia infection has become recognized as one of the most common causes of _ disease (found in both drinking and recreational water) in humans in the United States
    waterborne
  276. Disease? ...you cannot become infected through contact with blood
    Giardia
  277. _ is a potentially severe disease of the lungs
    hantavirus pulmonary syndrome  HPS
  278. Infected rodents shed virus? in their urine, droppings, and saliva.
    hantavirus
  279. Virus?... Most patients become infected by breathing air contaminated with rodent urine or droppings, such as when cleaning out a rodent-infested space.
    Hantavirus
  280. Disease? ...caused by a fungus
    Histoplasmosis
  281. Histoplasmosis is a disease caused by the fungus Histoplasma _
    capsulatum
  282. disease primarily affects the lungs
    Histoplasmosis
  283. _ grows in soil and material contaminated with bat or bird droppings
    Histoplasma capsulatum
  284. The disease is not transmitted from an infected person to someone else
    Histoplasmosis
  285. Fungus?... has been found in poultry house litter, caves, areas harboring bats, and in bird roosts.
    Histoplasma capsulatum
  286. infectious disease caused by a bacterium known as a spirochete
    Lyme disease
  287. Rabies... Currently in the U. S., the majority of human cases are caused by _
    rabid bats
  288. Any _ can contract rabies
    mammal
  289. In California, most cases of rabies occur in _ and _
    skunks and bats
  290. bacterial disease caused by a bacterium, Rickettsia rickettsii
    Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
  291. Rock Mountain Spotted Fever bacteria are transmitted by the bite of an infected _
    tick
  292. tick that most commonly transmits the Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever bacteria in California is the P_ c_ tick, Dermacentor occidentalis
    Pacific Coast
  293. tick that most commonly transmits the Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
    bacteria in California is the Pacific Coast tick, D_ o_
    Dermacentor occidentalis
  294. _ are intestinal parasites
    Roundworms
  295. Humans can become infected with animal roundworms by accidentally _
    ingesting eggs or larvae
  296. The bacterium that causes _ is common in various kinds of ticks and in small and medium-sized mammals, especially rabbits, hares, beavers, muskrats, and voles.
    tularemia
  297. The bacterium that causes tularemia is common in various kinds of _ and in small and medium-sized mammals, especially rabbits, hares, beavers, muskrats, and voles.
    ticks
  298. The bacterium that causes tularemia is common in various kinds of ticks and in small and medium-sized mammals, especially ?, ?, ?, ?, and ?.
    • rabbits
    • hares
    • beavers
    • muskrats
    • voles
  299. Tularemia... two main sources of infection for humans: 1) bites by _ or _
    ticks or biting flies
  300. Tularemia....two main sources of infection for humans: 2) contact with infected _ or their _, especially the cottontail rabbit.
    animals or their carcasses
  301. Image Upload 1
    badger
  302. Image Upload 2
    coyote
  303. Bat guano may provide a growth medium for microorganisms, some of which are pathogenic (???, for example) to humans.
    histoplasmosis
  304. _ _ may provide a growth medium for microorganisms, some of which are pathogenic (histoplasmosis, for example) to humans.
    Bat guano
  305. _ is the most important public health hazard associated with bats.
    Rabies
  306. Rabies is the most important public health hazard associated with _.
    bats
  307. The California Fish and Game Code designates bats as _ mammals with eleven species also designated Species of Special Concern
    nongame
  308. The California Fish and Game Code designates bats as nongame mammals with eleven species also designated _ _ _ _
    Species of Special Concern
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Trapping Official Study Guide
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Trapping Official Study Guide
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