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Who may use this permit: Only landowners, operators, and tenants (or their employees and agents) actively engaged in commercial activities (agricultural producers) so designated by the State.

Dates: Nests & eggs: March 1 - June 30; other techniques: May 1 - August 31 Take: Lethal and non-lethal methods of take are outlined in the permit.

The permittee shall file a written report on a form provided by the Commission, regarding the activities authorized by the permit no later than October 31 of the year in which the permit was issued. Airports that are part of the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems and have received Federal grant-in aid assistance and military airfields may control resident Canada geese on property that is under their jurisdiction without the need for a State or joint state/Federal depredation permit if they comply with 50 CFR 21.49 (relating to control order for resident Canada geese at airports and military airfields). It shall be unlawful to control resident Canada geese on airport or military airfield property through lethal control or to destroy eggs and nests of resident Canada geese unless the participants are in compliance with 50 CFR 21.49 or are in possession of a joint state/Federal Canada goose depredation permit as prescribed in § 147.744 (relating to depredation permits for migratory waterfowl).

Failure to file the report as required may result in future applications being denied. An application fee of in the form of check or money order shall be remitted to the Commission by the applicant at the time of application. No part of the information on this site may be reproduced for profit or sold for profit.

(i) Eggs may be addled by shaking, freezing with CO or oiling. (ii) Nests and eggs may be disposed of by burying or burning.

However, permittees must keep records of their actions for 3 years, which may be viewed upon request by Federal, State or tribal LE officers.

Individuals, agencies or organizations experiencing aircraft safety, human health and safety and nuisance problems cause by Canada geese should contact the North Dakota Game and Fish Department to explore options available for dealing with these issues. What if I have problems with crop depredation by other wildlife or problems caused by other wildlife species?