Trapping Western study guide

  1. Laws and regulations contradict each other because

    1.
    2.
    3.
    • Trapping nuisance wildlife
    • Trapping for fur
    • Property owner trapping
  2. Types of BODY GRIPPING traps

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    • Steel jawed leg hold
    • Padded jawed leg hold
    • Conibear
    • Snares
  3. Leg hold traps - only to _ _ and _ only by _
    Leg hold traps - only to protect health and safety and only by government agency
  4. Traps of the conibear type with a jaw opening larger than ?x? inches may be used only where the trap is wholly or partillay submerged in water or is within ?feet of permanent water
    • 8x8
    • 100 feet
  5. When any conibear trap is set on publicly owned land or land expressly open to public use, MUST post  ? signs at every entrance and exit to the property indicating the presence of conibear traps and at least ? additional signs posted within a radius of ? feet of the trap, one in each ? direction...
    • 4 signs
    • 4 additional signs
    • radius of 50 feet
  6. It is unlawful to use a conibear trap that is larger than ?x? inches, unless partially or wholly submerged in water.
    6x6 inches
  7. Unless prohibited by the department as a permit condition, a lawfully set conibear trap that is ?x? inches or less may be set pursuant to subdivision...
    10 x 10 inches
  8. Conibear traps are best set while _ _ _ with _ _
    are best set while on solid ground with dry hands
  9. Conibear traps... _ are needed to anchor the trap down.
    stakes
  10. There are ? zones throughout California where the use of conibear type traps and snares, except those totally submerged, and deadfall traps are prohibited for the protection of the _ _ _ fox and _ _ _ fox
    • 2 zones
    • San Joaquin kit fox
    • Sierra Nevada red fox
  11. Common mice and rat traps shall _ be considered body gripping traps
    NOT
  12. Unlawful traps.... traps with _ or _ jaws
    • saw toothed
    • spike
  13. _ leg hold traps are prohibited
    Steel jawed
  14. Muskrat : steel-jawed larger than # inches or spread over # inches
    • 1.5 inches
    • 4 7/8 inches
  15. Non body gripping traps

    _ and _ traps
    _ beaver traps
    _
    • Cage and box
    • Suitcase type live beaver traps
    • Nets
  16. Traps must be _ and trapped animals _
    Traps must be inspected and trapped animals removed at least once daily
  17. Body gripping traps allowed only to _
    prevent property damage
  18. No traps within # yards of permanent/temporary residence unless set by person controlling property or person carries written consent
    150 yards
  19. _ - taken by trapping may not be bought or sold
    Depredating
  20. It is illegal to set or maintain traps that _ or other identifying mark registered to the department
    bear a number
  21. _ of animals taken with _ traps may not be sold
    • Pelts
    • body gripping
  22. Pelts of animals taken with body gripping traps _
    may not be sold
  23. _ and/or _ mammals injuring property may be taken at any time
    Fur bearing or non game mammals
  24. Fur bearing and/or non game mammals _ _ may be taken at any time
  25. Fur bearing and/or non game mammals injuring property may be taken at any time (but for some animals, the property owner needs to ___)
    obtain a permit
  26. It is unlawful to take any _ fox, _ fox, or _ fox for profit making purposes
    • Cross fox
    • Silver fox
    • Red fox
  27. An annual trapping report is required by date?
    July 1st
  28. ___ is required by July 1st
    An annual trapping report
  29. Trapping report... # ?
    sold
  30. Trapping report... ? taken
    County
  31. Trapping report... jQuery112402884582326537394_1547176121708? persons shipped/sold furs
    Name & address
  32. Trapping report... Name & address persons _ furs
    shipped/sold
  33. Trapping report... missing/not completely filled out = ?
    license suspended
  34. Trapping report : _ revoke/reinstate after written notice and opportunity to be heard
    Commission
  35. Trapping report : Commission revoke/reinstate after _ and opportunity to be heard
    written notice
  36. Trapping report : Commission revoke/reinstate after written notice and opportunity to be _
    heard
  37. Coyote trapping season?
    all year
  38. Opossum trapping season?
    all year
  39. Skunk trapping season?
    all year
  40. Weasel trapping season?
    all year
  41. English sparrow trapping season?
    all year
  42. Starling trapping season?
    all year
  43. Moles trapping season?
    all year
  44. Fisher trapping season?
    May not be taken at any time
  45. Marten trapping season?
    May not be taken at any time
  46. River Otter trapping season?
    May not be taken at any time
  47. Desert Kit Fox trapping season?
    May not be taken at any time
  48. Red Fox trapping season?
    May not be taken at any time
  49. Bobcats may be taken area? under the authority of a hunting license and bobcat hunting tags
    statewide
  50. Bobcats may be taken statewide under the authority of a ? and bobcat hunting tags
    hunting license
  51. Bobcats may be taken statewide under the authority of a hunting license and ?
    bobcat hunting tags
  52. Bobcats - The bag and possession limit is # bobcats per season
    5
  53. It shall be _ to trap any bobcat
    unlawful
  54. Any holder of a trapping license who traps a _ shall immediately release it to the wild unharmed.
    bobcat
  55. Bobcat pelts, trapping - tag - during the trapping season or within # days after season's end
    14 days
  56. Bobcat pelts, trapping - for personal use, marked by _ , at no cost, _
    • Department
    • cannot be sold
  57. Bobcat pelts, trapping - for commercial purposes, tagged by _, with date of take, county, sex, method of take.
    Department
  58. Bobcat pelts, trapping - for commercial purposes, tagged by Department, _, county, sex, method of take.
    with date of take
  59. Bobcat pelts, trapping - for commercial purposes, tagged by Department, with date of take, _, sex, method of take.
    county
  60. Bobcat pelts, trapping - for commercial purposes, tagged by Department, with date of take, county, _, method of take.
    sex
  61. Bobcat pelts, trapping - for commercial purposes, tagged by Department, with date of take, county, sex, _.
    method of take
  62. Bobcat depredation - shall notify the department within # days from the date of take
    30
  63. Fur Dealer - Every person buying/selling/trading or dealing in raw furs... is a fur dealer and shall procure a _
    fur dealer license
  64. Fur Dealer - no fur dealer shall be required of a licensed trapper selling _, which he has taken
    raw furs
  65. _ means any fur/pelt/skin that has not been tanned or cured
    Raw fur
  66. Raw fur means any fur/pelt/skin that has not been _ or _
    tanned or cured
  67. Salt cured or sun cured pelts are _
    raw furs
  68. Each licensed fur dealer shall submit an _ to the department on the sale/exchange/barter/gift of raw furs.
    annual report
  69. Each licensed fur dealer shall submit an annual report to the department on the sale/exchange/barter/gift of  _
    raw furs
  70. No license shall be renewed until _ is received
    an annual report
  71. Property damage - a property owner or tenant may apply for a permit to take beavers, wild pigs, and gray squirrels - up to *length of time?*
    one year
  72. Property damage - a property owner or tenant may apply for a permit to take elk, bear, or deer - up to *length of time*?
    60 days
  73. All animals taken pursuant to a permit, except *animal?*, shall be immediately tagged
    wild pigs
  74. Animal? shall be tagged prior to being transported from the property designated in the permit.
    Wild pigs
  75. No animals, except animal?, may be utilized/(euthanized?) by the permittee or designated agent
    wild pigs
  76. Fine $?-$?
    $300-$2000
  77. County jail up to # year
    1
  78. The trapper mentoring program would allow licensed trappers to serve as mentors and allow someone younger than age? to assist with trapping
    16 years old
  79. Refuse Disposal - 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
  80. Furbearing Mammals

    ???
    Beaver
    Gray fox
    Kit fox
    Red fox
    Mink
    Muskrat
    Racoon
    Badger
  81. Furbearing Mammals

    Badger
    ???
    Gray fox
    Kit fox
    Red fox
    Mink
    Muskrat
    Racoon
    Beaver
  82. Furbearing Mammals

    Badger
    Beaver
    ???
    Kit fox
    Red fox
    Mink
    Muskrat
    Racoon
    Gray fox
  83. Furbearing Mammals

    Badger
    Beaver
    Gray fox
    ???
    Red fox
    Mink
    Muskrat
    Racoon
    Kit fox
  84. Furbearing Mammals

    Badger
    Beaver
    Gray fox
    Kit fox
    ???
    Mink
    Muskrat
    Racoon
    Red fox
  85. Furbearing Mammals

    Badger
    Beaver
    Gray fox
    Kit fox
    Red fox
    ???
    Muskrat
    Racoon
    Mink
  86. Furbearing Mammals

    Badger
    Beaver
    Gray fox
    Kit fox
    Red fox
    Mink
    ???
    Racoon
    Muskrat
  87. Furbearing Mammals

    Badger
    Beaver
    Gray fox
    Kit fox
    Red fox
    Mink
    Muskrat
    ???
    Racoon
  88. Non game Mammals

    ???
    Coyote
    Opossum
    Skunk
    Weasel
    Bobcat
  89. Non game Mammals

    Bobcat
    ???
    Opossum
    Skunk
    Weasel
    Coyote
  90. Non game Mammals

    Bobcat
    Coyote
    ???
    Skunk
    Weasel
    Opossum
  91. Non game Mammals

    Bobcat
    Coyote
    Opossum
    ???
    Weasel
    Skunk
  92. Non game Mammals

    Bobcat
    Coyote
    Opossum
    Skunk
    ???
    Weasel
  93. Ectoparasites

    Ehrlichiosis = ?
    Tick
  94. Ectoparasites

    Lyme disease = ?
    tick
  95. Ectoparasites

    Plague = ?
    flea
  96. Ectoparasites

    Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever = ?
    Tick
  97. Ectoparasites

    Tularemia = ?
    Tick
  98. Ectoparasites

    Tularemia = tick (also ? and animal bite)
    biting fly
  99. Ectoparasites

    Tularemia = tick (also biting fly and ?)
    animal bite
  100. Using a _ around the cage, it is unlikely we will have any contact with ticks.
    bag
  101. Parasites - Alveolar Echinococcosis

    animal? and animal?
    foxes and coyotes
  102. Parasites - Alveolar Echinococcosis

    eating ???
    meat
  103. Parasites - Alveolar Echinococcosis

    handling _ that is contaminated
    fur
  104. Parasites - Giardiasis

    swallowing the parasites via _ _
    drinking water
  105. Parasites - Roundworms

    Ingesting the _
    eggs
  106. Hantavirus = source animal?
    deer mice
  107. Histoplasmosis = found in ?
    bird/bat droppings
  108. Leptospirosis = found in _ or _ of infected animals
    urine or tissue
  109. Rabies = Independent transmission cycles in animal? and animal? maintain the virus in nature in California.
    skunks and bats
  110. Rabies is a viral disease that affects the _ _ _
    central nervous system
  111. Rabies is usually passed via the _ _ _ _ _
    bite of a rabid animal
  112. Rabies symptoms may appear as soon as # days
    nine
  113. Rabies symptoms may appear as soon as nine days and as _ _ _ _ _ _
    long as a year or more
  114. Badgers habitat - prefer o_ c_ p_
    open country pastures
  115. Badgers eat _ _ , gophers, and other small rodents
    ground squirrels
  116. Badgers eat ground squirrels, _ , and other small rodents
    gophers
  117. Badgers eat ground squirrels, gophers, and _ _ _
    other small rodents
  118. Badgers need to eat # ground squirrels or gophers to maintain its weight
    two
  119. Badgers damage = ?
    digging
  120. Bats - we prefer not to kill because they are _ _
    beneficial animals
  121. Bats - if one is trapped indoors, take it outside and _ _ _
    turn it loose
  122. Beavers travel # yards to corn and soybean fields.
    100 yards
  123. Beavers travel 100 yards to _ and soybean fields
    corn
  124. Beavers travel 100 yards to corn and _ fields.
    soybean
  125. Beavers : #-# kittens between March and June
    3-4 kittens
  126. Beavers : 3-4 kittens between _ and June
    March
  127. Beavers : 3-4 kittens between March and _
    June
  128. Beavers : colony #-8 related beavers
    4-8 related beavers
  129. Beavers : colony 4-# related beavers
    8
  130. Beavers   known to live # years
    21
  131. Beavers   host for disease?
    Giardiasis
  132. Beavers   conibear #? traps commonly used
    conibear 330
  133. Beavers   trapping? can be cost effective
    snaring
  134. 4 toes   ???, coyote, fox
    bobcat
  135. 4 toes   bobcat, ???, fox
    coyote
  136. 4 toes   bobcat, coyote, ???
    fox
  137. Bobcats hunt and kill from size of animal? to deer
    mouse
  138. Bobcats hunt and kill from size of mouse to animal?
    deer
  139. Bobcats   young born month? to June
    March
  140. Bobcats   young born March to month?
    June
  141. Bobcats   young born March to June, as late as month?
    October
  142. Bobcats   # to 4 kittens
    2 to 4 kittens
  143. Bobcats   2 to # kittens
    2 to 4 kittens
  144. Bobcats can jump a # foot fence
    6 foot
  145. _ _ _ to repel Bobcats
    white flashing light
  146. Bobcats more easily trapped than animal? or fox
    coyote
  147. Bobcats more easily trapped than coyote or animal?
    fox
  148. Bobcat property damage - no _ required, but must report within # days of take
    • permit
    • 30 days
  149. Coyotes : food = _ and rodents
    rabbits
  150. Coyotes : food = rabbits and _
    rodents
  151. Coyotes bed in _ _
    sheltered areas
  152. Coyotes do not generally use _ except when raising young
    dens
  153. Coyotes do not generally use dens except when _ _
    raising young
  154. Coyotes   speed up to # mph
    40 mph
  155. Coyotes  #-7 pups in April through May
    5-7 pups
  156. Coyotes  5-# pups in April through May
    5-7 pups
  157. Coyotes  5-7 pups in month? through May
    April through May
  158. Coyotes  5-7 pups in April through month?
    April through May
  159. Coyotes may have _ _ _ _ in a single den
    more than one litter
  160. Coyotes may have more than one litter in a _ _
    single den
  161. Coyotes   within # months ready to follow adults to large prey
    2 months
  162. Coyote  one key in determining whether a sheep or calf was killed by a coyote is the presence or absence of _ _ (just under the skin) at the point of attack.
    subcutaneous hemorrhage
  163. Coyote  one key in determining whether a sheep or calf was killed by a
    coyote is the presence or absence of subcutaneous hemorrhage (_ _ _ _) at the point of attack.
    just under the skin
  164. Coyote  one key in determining whether a sheep or calf was killed by a
    coyote is the presence or absence of subcutaneous hemorrhage (just under
    the skin) at the _ _ _ .
    point of attack
  165. Coyote  _ above corrals at night lower losses to coyotes
    lights
  166. Coyote  lights above _ at night lower losses to coyotes
    corrals
  167. Coyote  lights above corrals at _ lower losses to coyotes
    night
  168. Foxes feed mostly on _ and mice.
    rabbits
  169. Foxes feed mostly on rabbits and _ .
    mice
  170. Foxes are _ animals, being most active during the early hours of darkness and very early morning hours
    crepuscular
  171. Foxes are crepuscular animals, being most active during _ _ _ _ _ and very early morning hours
    the early hours of darkness
  172. Foxes are crepuscular animals, being most active during the early hours of darkness and _ _ _ _
    very early morning hours
  173. Fox   mating in _ _ normally occurs from mid-January to early February
    red foxes
  174. Fox   Mating in red foxes normally occurs from mid-_ to early February
    January
  175. Foxes  Mating in red foxes normally occurs from mid-January to early _
    February
  176. Red foxes generally produce # to 9 pups
    4 to 9 pups
  177. Red foxes generally produce 4 to # pups
    9
  178. _ foxes generally produce 4 to 9 pups
    Red foxes
  179. _ foxes usually have 3 to 7 pups.
    Gray
  180. Gray foxes usually have # to 7 pups.
    3
  181. Gray foxes usually have 3 to # pups.
    7
  182. _ usually attack the throat of young livestock
    Foxes
  183. Foxes usually attack the _ of young livestock
    throat
  184. Foxes usually attack the throat of _ _
    young livestock
  185. In California, _ fox, kit fox, and red fox are designated fur-bearing mammals.
    gray
  186. In California, gray fox, _ fox, and red fox are designated fur-bearing mammals.
    kit
  187. In California, gray fox, kit fox, and _ fox are designated fur-bearing mammals.
    red
  188. In California, gray fox, kit fox, and red fox are designated _ _ _.
    fur bearing mammals
  189. Mink   may also imprint of _ in the tracks
    hair
  190. Mink will attack animals up to the size of a _, duck, rabbit, or muskrat.
    chicken
  191. Mink will attack animals up to the size of a chicken, _, rabbit, or muskrat.
    duck
  192. Mink will attack animals up to the size of a chicken, duck, _ , or muskrat.
    rabbit
  193. Mink will attack animals up to the size of a chicken, duck, rabbit, or _ .
    muskrat
  194. Minks   While eating _ , a mink will often make an opening in the back or side of the neck and skin the animal by pulling the head and body through the hole as it feeds
    muskrats
  195. While eating muskrats, a mink will often make an opening in the back or side of the _ and skin the animal by pulling the head and body through the hole as it feeds
    neck
  196. Minks   Like some other members of the _ family, mink occasionally exhibit "surplus killing" behavior (killing much more than they can possibly eat) when presented with an abundance of food, such as in a
    poultry house full of chickens
    weasel
  197. Minks   Like some other members of the weasel family, mink occasionally exhibit "_ _" behavior (killing much more than they can possibly eat) when presented with an abundance of food, such as in a
    poultry house full of chickens
    surplus killing
  198. Minks may place many _ _ neatly
    in a pile
    dead chickens
  199. Minks may place many dead chickens _ _ _ _
    neatly in a pile
  200. Minks   The single annual litter of about # to 6 young is born in late April or early May
    3
  201. Minks   The single annual litter of about 3 to # young is born in late April or early May
    6
  202. Minks   The single annual litter of about 3 to 6 young is born in late _ or early May
    April
  203. Minks   The single annual litter of about 3 to 6 young is born in late April or early _
    May
  204. Minks   seal openings larger than # inch
    1
  205. Mink   conibear # is an effective trap
    conibear 120
  206. Mink are _ of new objects and are difficult to capture in live traps
    suspicious
  207. Mink are suspicious of new objects and are difficult to capture in _ traps
    live
  208. Muskrat - spends its life in _ habitats
    aquatic
  209. Muskrat - sold for human consumption as _ _
    march rabbit
  210. Muskrat - primarily _
    herbivores
  211. Muskrat - # to 8 young, during any month.
    4
  212. Muskrat - 4 to # young, during any month.
    8
  213. Muskrat - 4 to 8 young, during _ _
    any month
  214. Muskrat - as many as # litters in a year
    6
  215. Muskrat - Conibear # is commonly used
    110
  216. Muskrats are hosts to large numbers of _ and _
    endo and ectoparasites
  217. Muskrats serve as carriers for a number of diseases, including _ , hemorrhagic dis- eases, leptospirosis, ringworm disease, and pseudotuberculosis
    tularemia
  218. Muskrats serve as carriers for a number of diseases, including tularemia, _ , leptospirosis, ringworm disease, and
    pseudotuberculosis
    hemorrhagic diseases
  219. Muskrats serve as carriers for a number of diseases, including tularemia, hemorrhagic diseases, _ , ringworm disease, and
    pseudotuberculosis
    leptospirosis
  220. Muskrat - Most common ectoparasites are _ and _ .
    mites and ticks
  221. Muskrat - most common _ are mites and ticks.
    ectoparasites
  222. Opossum - # toes on the forefeet have claws
    5
  223. Opossum - hind feet have an _ _
    opposable thumb
  224. Opossums usually live _
    alone
  225. Opossum   # rarely 3 litters per year.
    2
  226. Opossum   2 rarely # litters per year.
    3
  227. Oopossum   top running speed # mph
    7
  228. Opossum   exude a smelly greenish fluid from its _ _
    anal gland
  229. Opossum   not wary _ and _ _ _ _
    • traps
    • maybe easily caught
  230. Typhus   pathogens Rickettsia _ , Rickettsia felis
    typhus
  231. Typhus   pathogens Rickettsia typhus, Rickettsia _
    felis
  232. Typhus    transmission to humans occurs when fleas _ Rickettsia while blood feeding
    defecate
  233. Typhus    transmission to humans occurs when fleas defecate Rickettsia while _ _
    blood feeding
  234. Typhus   # flea species are vectors in
    5
  235. Which of the following is not a body gripping trap?

    Conibear
    Snare
    Large rat trap
    Padded jawed leg hold
    Large rat trap
  236. Conibear traps larger than _ can only be used within 100 feet of permanent water.




    A) 8x8
  237. No trap within _ of residence unless set by person controlling the property or person carries written consent.




    C) 150 yards
  238. What is the largest conibear trap that can be used more than 100 feet from permanent water ?




    D) 8x8
  239. Fur trapping season for badgers is




    A) Nov 16 - last day Feb
  240. Fur trapping season for Muskrats is




    D) Nov 16 - Mar 31
  241. Fur trapping season MINK




    C) Nov 16 - Mar 31
  242. Fur trapping season BOBCAT




    C) Nov 14 - Jan 31
  243. Pelts of animals taken with body gripping traps

    a. May not be sold
    b. sold only to licensed fur dealer
    c. sold only to any residence of the state
    d. can only be sold to another licensed trapper
    may no bet sold
  244. What is the largest conibear trap that can be used within 100 feet from permanent water?
    10x10
  245. For coyotes, damaging property, a leghold steel jawed trap must be

    a. over 7.5 inch
    b. under 7.5 inch
    c. under 7.5 inch with a center swivel
    d. can not be used
    can not be used
  246. When trapping for fur, which of the following can not be taken all year




    D) Fisher
  247. For bobcat depredation of 3 animals

    a. include in annual report
    b. can not be taken
    c. notify the department at end of season
    d. notify the department within 30 days
    notify the department within 30 days
  248. Penalty for violation   $? - $?
    $300 - $2000
  249. Which of the following is NOT a non game mammal?




    A) Racoon
  250. Which of the following is NOT a furbearing mammal?




    B) Weasel
  251. Which of the following is not from a tick?




    D) Leptospirosis
  252. Which of the following often comes from drinking contaminated water?




    A) Giardiasis
  253. Which of the following is in particular found with foxes and coyotes?




    C) Alveolar Echinoccosis
  254. Rabies symptoms

    a. bacteria within 24 hours
    b. virus within 24 hours
    c. bacteria can be years later
    d. virus can be years later
    virus can be years later
  255. Conibear 330 trap commonly used




    C) Beavers
  256. 3-4 young, March-June




    B) beavers
  257. Does not have four toes

    bobcats
    coyotes
    foxes
    opossums
    opossums
  258. Usually attack the throat of young livestock

    bobcats
    coyotes
    foxes
    opossums
    foxes
  259. Carries of tularemia, leptospirosis, ringworm, and others

    Opossums
    Coyotes
    Foxes
    Muskrats
    Muskrats
  260. Top running speed of 7mph

    bobcats
    coyotes
    racoon
    opossum
    opossum
  261. Older females bear young in May, yearlings in June




    A) skunk
  262. Furs of racoon taken for depredation maybe

    may not be sold
    sold only to licensed fur dealer
    sold to any residence of the State
    can only be sold to another licensed trapper
    may not be sold
  263. Suspicious of new objects and are difficult to capture in live trap




    A) mink
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Trapping Western study guide
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Trapping Western study guide
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