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RE: Jason...

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Posted by: FunkyRes at Mon Jun 26 02:24:20 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FunkyRes ]  
   

> It is currently agents the law in California to release any
> reptile that has been in captivity, even if you have only had
> them a day according to the DFG you can not release them however
> there is stipulation in the regulation book that says you can if
> you get prior written permission from the DFG however they really
> are bad at getting back to you.

The primary reason for this is fear of introducing non native parasites.

I'll sometimes catch a lizard and keep it for a week or so, and then release it exactly where I caught it (my yard) - and the only thing that sometimes is an issue, is another lizard has claimed the territory already and a turf war results.

If they are released exactly where they were collected and have not been exposed to other captive reptiles, it shouldn't be a problem - legal or not.


   

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