Virginia H 1516

Intro Date: Jan 14, 2015

Summary

Relates to visiting of wildlife traps; requires the Board of Game and Inland Fisheries to adopt regulations allowing the use of remote trap-checking technology to determine if there is wildlife in the trap; provides that current law requires trappers to visit their traps either daily or, in the case of body-gripping traps, once every 72 hours and remove all animals that have been caught in the traps.

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