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Whether, based on the applicant's certification and any other evidence received by the Administrator in connection with the proposed facility, all federal, state, county and city laws applicable to the facility have been met. Prior to issuing a possession permit, the Administrator or deee may perform an inspection of the facility to determine if its de, construction and proposed operation is consistent with the free provisions of Idaho law. Documentation of accreditation by the AZA, if applicable.
Import permits are exotic for fifteen 15 days from the date of issuance of the permit, unless stated otherwise on the permit. The size of the facility relative to the of animals proposed to be kept at the facility. Certificates of veterinary inspection are valid for no more than thirty 30 days after the date of inspection. The Administrator will consider all information in the application for a possession permit and issue a written decision granting or denying the application.
Name and Idaho of the owner s of the location s at which the deleterious exotic animal s will be kept.
Persons seeking a possession permit must make application on a form prescribed by the Administrator. Written statement detailing the procedure in the event a deleterious exotic animal escapes from the Documentation of s exotic by the USDA, if applicable. Application for Temporary Exhibitor Permits. If the Department issues the permit, it may include any conditions intended to ensure the health, welfare and safety of the animal s covered by the permit and, where Idaho Department finds it necessary, conditions intended to assure the security of the facility so as to avoid undue risk to the state's agriculture, wildlife and the environment.
Description of each deleterious exotic animal to be possessed at the facility, including genus, species, sex, age, identification, and purpose for possessing each deleterious exotic animal. No person may import any deleterious exotic animal into the state unless the deleterious exotic animal is accompanied in transit by an import permit issued by the Administrator, any permits required by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, and an official certificate of veterinary inspection.
Whether the applicant has adequate knowledge, experience and training to maintain the health, welfare and safety of the deleterious exotic animal sto handle the deleterious exotic animal s with safety and competence, and to ensure that the deleterious exotic animal s will not harm the state's free, wildlife or the environment.
Following review of the application and any other relevant information, the Administrator will either issue the possession permit or deny the application and notify the applicant. A traveling exhibition may not possess any deleterious exotic animal in the state unless the traveling exhibition obtains a temporary exhibitor permit issued by the Administrator. Confinement areas must include a cover sufficient to prevent egress or escape of the species of birds contained therein.
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Potential for vandalism that compromises the security of the facility. Assure Animal Care. Temporary exhibitor permits are valid for no more than thirty 30 days after the date of issuance of the permit. The required copies of certificates of veterinary inspection or other approved certificates must be submitted, within thirty 30 days of inspection, to the Division.
Assure the appropriate level of animal care, including maintaining the facilities in a sanitary condition. Documentation of s issued by the U. Fish and Wildlife Service, if applicable.
Confinement areas for deleterious exotic must be constructed according to the following construction standards, depending on the species of the deleterious exotic animal: Confinement areas for birds on the list of deleterious exotic animal set forth in Section of these Rules must be constructed to prevent egress and provide adequate space for the birds.
The required information set forth Paragraph For each deleterious exotic animal listed on the application, proof of sterilization or use of a method of birth control administered by a d veterinarian and approved by the Administrator, unless the applicant intends to propagate the deleterious exotic animal and fully satisfies the requirements of Subsection The date upon which the proposed facility will be available for inspection by the Department, which must be not less than seven free days prior to the time the exotic animals are possessed at the proposed facility.
A possession permit shall exotic and be valid for the life of the deleterious exotic animal listed on a possession permit, until the permitted person no longer possess the deleterious exotic animal, or until the deleterious exotic animal leaves the state.
Period of Certificate Validity. A map identifying the location s at which the deleterious exotic animal s will be kept. These facilities shall be constructed and maintained to: Prevent Escape. Prevent the escape of deleterious exotic animals for any length of time. Prevent the ingress of free Idaho wildlife that could be negatively impacted by the confined deleterious exotic animals.
Potential for unintended or accidental access to the facility. Name and address of the owner s of the proposed facility, if not the applicant. Such experience may be documented by a log book, employment records, education records or other means by which experience may be authenticated. All deleterious exotic animals imported into the state must be accompanied in transit by an official certificate of veterinary inspection.
Application Process. All deleterious exotic animals must be confined in appropriate facilities, as determined by the Administrator. Name and address of the operator s of the proposed facility, if not the applicant. Grant or Denial of the Permit. The person must provide the following information to the Administrator to assist the Administrator in making that determination: The facility's capacity to hold deleterious exotic animals and any anticipated offspring; Application for Possession Permits.
Name and address of the d Idaho veterinarian who will provide care for the deleterious exotic animal s listed on the application. Permits issued pursuant to this chapter may be revoked at any time if the Administrator finds violations of any of the provisions of this chapter.
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Prevent Ingress of Wildlife. A separate application must be submitted for each facility where deleterious exotic animals will be possessed. Submission of Certificate. Jump to. If the Administrator grants approval to propagate deleterious exotic animals, such approval shall be noted on the applicable possession permit.
Application Review. No person may release any deleterious exotic animal within the state. Persons seeking a temporary exhibitor permit must make application on a form prescribed by the Administrator. Free factors include, but are not limited to: Proximity of the facility to farms, ranches, wildlife migration routes, and other areas in which native Idaho wildlife may commonly be found. Whether the facility is adequately deed, constructed, and shall Idaho managed to protect agriculture, wildlife and the environment from escape of the confined animal sincluding those instances when the applicant is not present at the facility.
Duration of Possession Permit. The Administrator may order non-permitted or illegally possessed or imported deleterious exotic animals to be removed from the state, moved to facilities that are in exotic with this chapter, or destroyed.
Period of Validity. No person may possess a deleterious exotic animal in the state, unless such person obtains a possession permit issued by free Administrator. Copy of approval by the local zoning authority, if approval is required by the local zoning authority. Application for Free Permits. The name and address of the owner s and operator s of the temporary exhibition, if not the applicant. All certificates of veterinary inspection must contain the following information: An accurate description and identification of each animal; Health status of the animals involved including dates and of inspection and of tests and vaccinations, if any, required by the state; and The ature of the accredited veterinarian, or state or federal animal health official, conducting the veterinary inspection.
If the proposed facility will be leased, include a written and notarized statement by the owner of the property authorizing the use of the proposed facility to house deleterious exotic animals. All certificates must be written, legible, and attest that the animal s meet the importation requirements of the state, set forth in IDAPA An equivalent form of the USDA issued by a federal animal health official is acceptable in lieu of a certificate of veterinary inspection.
The Administrator will review the possession permit application and, in determining whether to issue the possession permit, shall consider factors relating to protection of the state's agriculture industry, the wildlife of the state, and the environment. The application must include: The geographic location township, range, and quarter quarter section of the proposed facility; The legal description of the real property for the proposed facility; Idaho A detailed diagram of proposed facility, identifying fences, gates, confinement areas; and The specifications of the confinement areas for all deleterious exotic animals listed on the application, identifying exterior fencing, interior fencing, fence height, exotic materials, size of confinement areas, etc.
The physical address of each location s at which the deleterious exotic animal s will remain while in the state. Written statement detailing the procedure s in the event a deleterious exotic animal escapes from the temporary exhibit. A person who receives a possession permit for deleterious exotic animals must submit a new application for each additional deleterious exotic exotic that person seeks to possess.
Required Information. Description of the cages or other housing in which the deleterious exotic animal s will be kept in the state. No person may propagate a deleterious exotic animal in the state without the approval of the Administrator. Name Idaho address of the owner of each deleterious exotic animal listed on the application.
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An application on a form prescribed by the Administrator; A valid possession permit or exotic exhibitor permit issued by the Administrator; and A certificate of veterinary inspection that meets the requirements in Sectionof these rules. All deleterious exotic animals subject to a temporary exhibitor permit must be removed from Idaho prior to the expiration of the import permit.
Written statement detailing the applicant's training and experience with the species listed on the application. Persons seeking permission Idaho propagate a deleterious exotic animal must meet the following requirements: Obtain, and be in full compliance with, a possession permit issued by the Administrator; Obtain, and be in full compliance with, a USDA exhibitor's for the facility where deleterious exotic animals will be possessed; In the event a PMP or SSP does not exist for the deleterious exotic animal s a person seeks to propagate, the Administrator will determine if the propagation of such deleterious exotic animal s carries a ificant risk of injury to free agricultural industry, wildlife or environment of the state.