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Re: NFC: Scientific collecting permit
Great Job Luke ...Its amazing whaT A LIL SWEAT AND A PLAN WILL DO FOR
On Mon, 10 Jan 2000 11:56:39 -0600 (CST) mcclurg luke e
<mcclurgl at washburn_edu> writes:
> I have been granted a Scientific Collection Permit by the State of
> in affiliation with the NFC. While I expect I won't have to use it,
> will allow me the option of collection techniques I am not able to
> under normal statewide bait collection laws. I was also able to
> fill in
> the regional supervisor for Kansas Wildlife and Parks on the NFC and
> goals as well as drop off a half a dozen or so pens at the office
> public use. Which were still there and in use several days later.
> I also
> gave them two Longear Sunfish and two Slender Madtoms for a 55
> native Kansas fishes dispaly tank they had set up. It was mostly
> gamefish, but the supervisor was enthusiastic when I offered these
> specimens to him.
> The collection permit is to be used to collect specimens for
> breeding, and
> life histories studies and the collected specimens are designated
> for the
> NFC breeders program. If I collect any specimens for the program
> this permit, I have promised that any data will be shared with the
> of Kansas.
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