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e-CFR Data is current as of October 30, 2014

Title 50Chapter ISubchapter CPart 32


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 32—HUNTING AND FISHING

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§32.1
Opening of wildlife refuge areas to hunting.
§32.2
What are the requirements for hunting on areas of the National Wildlife Refuge System?
§32.3
What are the procedures for publication of refuge-specific hunting regulations?
§32.4
Opening of wildlife refuge areas to fishing.
§32.5
What are the requirements for sportfishing on areas of the National Wildlife Refuge System?
§32.6
What are the procedures for publication of refuge-specific sport fishing regulations?
§32.7
What refuge units are open to hunting and/or sport fishing?
§32.8
Areas closed to hunting.
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Subpart B—REFUGE-SPECIFIC REGULATIONS FOR HUNTING AND FISHING

§32.20
Alabama.
§32.21
Alaska.
§32.22
Arizona.
§32.23
Arkansas.
§32.24
California.
§32.25
Colorado.
§32.26
Connecticut.
§32.27
Delaware.
§32.28
Florida.
§32.29
Georgia.
§32.30
Hawaii.
§32.31
Idaho.
§32.32
Illinois.
§32.33
Indiana.
§32.34
Iowa.
§32.35
Kansas.
§32.36
Kentucky.
§32.37
Louisiana.
§32.38
Maine.
§32.39
Maryland.
§32.40
Massachusetts.
§32.41
Michigan.
§32.42
Minnesota.
§32.43
Mississippi.
§32.44
Missouri.
§32.45
Montana.
§32.46
Nebraska.
§32.47
Nevada.
§32.48
New Hampshire.
§32.49
New Jersey.
§32.50
New Mexico.
§32.51
New York.
§32.52
North Carolina.
§32.53
North Dakota.
§32.54
Ohio.
§32.55
Oklahoma.
§32.56
Oregon.
§32.57
Pennsylvania.
§32.58
Puerto Rico. [Reserved]
§32.59
Rhode Island.
§32.60
South Carolina.
§32.61
South Dakota.
§32.62
Tennessee.
§32.63
Texas.
§32.64
Utah.
§32.65
Vermont.
§32.66
Virginia.
§32.67
Washington.
§32.68
West Virginia.
§32.69
Wisconsin.
§32.70
Wyoming.
§32.71
United States Unincorporated Pacific Insular Possessions.
§32.72
Guam.


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