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Hi guys - I know this is mentioned in passing in the FAQ, but I feel the need to reiterate: if you are in the U.S., virtually ALL BIRDS are protected by law and you cannot possess even a single feather without a permit. This includes everything from songbirds like robins to hawks/owls/falcons. The law applies even if the bird was found/salvaged, and covers the bones, eggs, nests, and other parts as well.PLEASE read the information regarding the Migratory Bird Treaty Act before you try this process: https://www.fws.gov/birds/policies-and-regulations/laws-legislations/migratory-bird-treaty-act.php The law does not apply to pigeons, starlings, and European house sparrows, as well as birds that can be legally hunted (turkey, grouse, ducks, etc.)
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