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No person in a park shall:
Hunt, molest, harm, kill, chase, tease, shoot, or throw missiles at any mammal, amphibian, reptile or bird, including the nests, eggs, or burrows of any such animal; nor shall he remove or have in his possession the young of any wild animal or the eggs or nest or young of any reptile or bird. (Repealed and reenacted by Ord. 2265, § 1, 3/5/2002)
Fish or clam except as allowed by State law; provided, however, that the Board of Supervisors has not ordered additional restrictions for certain areas and/or has not designated certain areas as “No Fishing” areas by resolution. Fishing is prohibited from any trail, bridge, or trestle. If fish are cleaned in County park beach areas, then all entrails shall be carried off-site, or buried a minimum of 12" deep, or wrapped and disposed of in a proper receptacle; but in no case shall the entrails be left lying open on the beach. Night fishing for night smelt may be permitted at Centerville, Clam Beach, Luffenholtz and Big Lagoon County Parks, if authorized by permit issued by the Director in accord with § 271-2 of the Code. (Repealed and reenacted by Ord. 2265, § 1, 3/5/2002; Ord. 2268, 4/9/2002)
Use any firearm of any size or description, air rifle, pellet gun, spring gun, bow and arrow, sling, or any other weapon or instrument which when so used creates a significant risk of harm to wildlife or human safety, or any instrument that can be loaded with and fire blank cartridges; nor shall any person shoot any weapon into a park from beyond park boundaries. (Repealed and reenacted by Ord. 2265, § 1, 03/05/2002)
This sub-section shall not apply to a peace officer in the discharge of his duties and using reasonable care. Also, this sub-section shall not apply to persons authorized by special permit issued by the Director for the purpose of wildlife management. (Repealed and reenacted by Ord. 2265, § 1, 3/5/2002)
Use any kind of trapping device unless authorized by special permit issued by the Director for the purpose of scientific research and/or the protection of wildlife resources. (Repealed and reenacted by Ord. 2265, § 1, 3/5/2002)