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  1. Dhamon says

    But the Hawk feather was from a protected species and is therefore illegal to own and she goes to jail…. even though possessing it causes no harm (the hawk molted it naturally),

    • Not all hawks, e.g. red-tailed hawks. I can see that the goal was to prevent trafficking in wild birds by attacking every part of the marketplace from the one who first obtains the bird to the end-consumer.

      By the way, how does this work with regards to duck and goose hunting?

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