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Title 50Chapter ISubchapter CPart 27


TITLE 50—Wildlife and Fisheries

CHAPTER I—UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER C—THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE SYSTEM

PART 27—PROHIBITED ACTS

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Subpart A—INTRODUCTION

§27.11
Purpose of regulations.
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Subpart B—TAKING VIOLATIONS

§27.21
General provisions.
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Subpart C—DISTURBING VIOLATIONS: WITH VEHICLES

§27.31
General provisions regarding vehicles.
§27.32
Boats.
§27.33
Water skiing.
§27.34
Aircraft.
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Subpart D—DISTURBING VIOLATIONS: WITH WEAPONS

§27.41
General provisions.
§27.42
Firearms.
§27.43
Weapons other than firearms.
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Subpart E—DISTURBING VIOLATIONS: AGAINST PLANTS AND ANIMALS

§27.51
Disturbing, injuring, and damaging plants and animals.
§27.52
Introduction of plants and animals.
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Subpart F—DISTURBING VIOLATIONS: AGAINST NONWILDLIFE PROPERTY

§27.61
Destruction or removal of property.
§27.62
Search for and removal of objects of antiquity.
§27.63
Search for and removal of other valued objects.
§27.64
Prospecting and mining.
§27.65
Tampering with vehicles and equipment.
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Subpart G—DISTURBING VIOLATIONS: FILMING, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND LIGHT AND SOUND EQUIPMENT

§27.71
Commercial filming and still photography and audio recording.
§27.72
Audio equipment.
§27.73
Artificial lights.
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Subpart H—DISTURBING VIOLATIONS: PERSONAL CONDUCT

§27.81
Alcoholic beverages.
§27.82
Possession and delivery of controlled substances.
§27.83
Indecency and disorderly conduct.
§27.84
Interference with persons engaged in authorized activities.
§27.85
Gambling.
§27.86
Begging.
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Subpart I—OTHER DISTURBING VIOLATIONS

§27.91
Field trials.
§27.92
Private structures.
§27.93
Abandonment of property.
§27.94
Disposal of waste.
§27.95
Fires.
§27.96
Advertising.
§27.97
Private operations.


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