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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 4. Conservation and Natural Resources
Agency 15. Department of Game and Inland Fisheries
9/27/2020

Chapter 260. Game: Waterfowl and Waterfowl BlindsRead Chapter

Section 10
"Floating blind" and "stationary blind" defined
Section 20
Determining depth of water for purpose of licensing blinds to persons other than riparian owners
Section 30
Violation of federal law or regulation pertaining to migratory game birds
Section 35
Distance from a licensed stationary blind and off-shore blind stake
Section 40
[Repealed]
Section 50
Blinds in the City of Virginia Beach
Section 60
Blinds adjacent to Chickahominy Wildlife Management Area
Section 70
Blinds on Game Farm Marsh Wildlife Management Area
Section 75
Blinds adjacent to the Ware Creek Wildlife Management Area
Section 80
Blinds adjacent to Ragged Island Wildlife Management Area
Section 90
Blinds and hunting prohibited in sections of Accomack County
Section 100
Disturbing waterfowl on New River within boundaries of Radford Army Ammunition Plant
Section 110
Disturbing, taking, etc., waterfowl within Mason Neck State Park
Section 115
Disturbing waterfowl on Kittewan Creek Refuge in Charles City County
Section 116
Blinds adjacent to Werowocomoco National Park and York River State Park
Section 120
Special sea duck season area
Section 130
Bonus scaup area
Section 140
Nontoxic shot requirement for hunting of certain migratory game birds
Section 150
Great Hunting Creek and Dyke Marsh; no hunting area established
Section 160
Great Hunting Creek and Dyke Marsh; floating blind area
Section 170
Waterfowl hunting on Dutch Gap Conservation Area in Chesterfield and Henrico counties
Section 180
Tundra swan hunting permit.

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