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Conservancies and Ranges

Conservancy Ranges Office Days Office Telephone North West Conservancy River Estate Tuesday Head Office 225-3893 Tacarigua Thursday St. Joseph Blanchisseuse Friday St. Joseph North East Conservancy Mt. Harris Monday Sangre... Continue »

Permit to Import Wild Flora and Fauna

A document which is used for the importation of wild plants and animals. It is prepared by the Wildlife Section of the Forestry Division to inform the relevant Sections of... Continue »

Sale of State Game Licence

A State Game Licence is simply a licence sometimes referred to as “permit” to hunt a particular species or group of animals listed under of the Second Schedule of the... Continue »

Issuance of Special Game Licence

What is a Special Game Licences? A Special Game Licence is a license granted by the Chief Game Warden upon such conditions as he thinks fit (under Section 10 of... Continue »

Permit to keep specified birds listed under Part III of the Second Schedule

What is a permit to keep a Second Schedule Animal? A permit made mandatory by legal Notice 137 of 2016 to keep captive five (5) species of seed-eating Cage Birds... Continue »

Permits to keep protected animals

What is a Protected Animal? Section 2 of Conservation of Wild Life Act (CoWA) states that a Protected Animal is any animal not listed or mentioned under the Second or... Continue »