§ 137.33. Feeding of certain wildlife prohibited.
It is unlawful to, except for normal or accepted farming, habitat management practices, oil and gas drilling, mining, forest management activities or other legitimate commercial or industrial practices, intentionally lay or place food, fruit, hay, grain, chemical, salt or other minerals anywhere in this Commonwealth for the purpose of feeding bear or elk, or to intentionally lay or place food, fruit, hay, grain, chemical, salt or other minerals that may cause bear or elk to congregate or habituate an area. If otherwise lawful feeding is attracting bear or elk, the Commission may provide written notice prohibiting the activity.
The provisions of this § 137.33 issued under the Game and Wildlife Code, 34 Pa.C.S. § 103; and amended under the Game and Wildlife Code, 34 Pa.C.S. § § 103(a) and 2102(a).
The provisions of this § 137.33 adopted March 21, 2003, effective March 22, 2003, 33 Pa.B. 1470; amended September 17, 2004, effective September 18, 2004, 34 Pa.B. 5154; amended June 16, 2006, effective June 17, 2006, 36 Pa.B. 2972. Immediately preceeding text appears at serial pages (316094) to (316095).
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