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      RS 56:107     


§107.  Firing, feeding and breeding grounds

In order to protect wild birds and wild quadrupeds and to prevent the destruction of feeding and breeding grounds thereof, no person shall wilfully set fire to any wild woodland, marshland, or prairie land.  However, this Section does not apply to the owner of the land setting such fires to clear or prepare his enclosed land for agricultural or pastoral purposes or for the purpose of improving food conditions for the wildlife found thereon.  In any case, this shall be done only under permit and under the supervision of persons authorized to enforce the provisions of this Sub-part.  Such authorized burning shall not be done during the breeding season of wild bird life.  

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