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Annual OrderWhat species can I hunt?Where can I hunt?When can I hunt?What documentation must I carry?Hunting modalitiesWeapons prohibitedSpecific rules for small game huntingSpecific rules for big game huntingHunting and Fishing Section Environment Council
The annual closed season Order also regulates the specific rules for the practice of small game (rabbit, hare, migratory pigeons, predator control, animals of domestic origin that have lost that status and those coming from hunting farms), big game (wild boar, roe deer and mountain goat), and the complementary measures for the protection of small and big game that are considered appropriate at any given time.
The capture and killing during the practice of any authorized hunting activity is allowed for any specimen of Argentine Parakeet (Myiopsitta monachus), Kramer’s Parakeet (Psittacula krameri), Raccoon (Procyon lotor) and Vietnamese Pig (Sus Scrofa var. Domestica) and their feral hybrids.
Each hunting season, rules are issued to regulate wild boar hunting in the Reserve. It is only allowed to hunt the same patch once, which must be larger than 250 hectares, and it is not allowed to shoot stripes or females followed by calves.
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Of the many ways to practice big game hunting, two are the most common: stalking and driven hunts. The first consists of locating the animal, chasing it without being seen, making the final approach and shooting. The batida is practiced by a group of hunters who help each other in the work of chasing and rounding up the game: usually a group of these hunters remain in fixed positions, waiting, and another group, called batidores, lift and drive the animals towards the positions where the first ones are. The aguardo and the vaqueo are waiting hunting modalities consisting of waiting for the game in the fixed places or in the feeding troughs in order to kill it.
Law one thousand nine hundred and seventy, of April fourth, which regulates the protection, conservation, promotion and orderly use of the national hunting wealth, has been enacted, and in accordance with the provisions of the first final provision of the same, it is necessary that the Government, at the proposal of the Ministry of Agriculture, draws up and publishes, in due time and form, the Regulations for the application of the aforementioned Law.
By virtue thereof, having complied with the formalities established in the Law, in accordance with the Council of State in Permanent Commission, having heard the favorable opinion of the Council of Inland Fishing, Hunting and National Parks, at the proposal of the Minister of Agriculture and after deliberation of the Council of Ministers at its meeting held on March eighteenth, nineteen hundred and seventy-one,
The present Regulation develops the Hunting Law of April 4, 1970, dictated with the purpose of regulating the protection, conservation and promotion of the national hunting wealth and its orderly use in harmony with the different affected interests.
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AAC stands for Augmentative and Alternative Communication. We use this term to refer to all those methods, strategies and systems used by people who are unable to meet their communication needs through speech.
AAC is the term most commonly used and not only to talk about nonverbal communication systems, but also as a field in itself, a multidisciplinary area of research and clinical and educational practice that addresses the intervention of people with difficulties in the expression and/or comprehension of oral and written language.