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Texas Parks and Wildlife Code - PARKS & WILD § 64.021. Definitions

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(1) “Migratory game bird” means wild ducks of all species, wild geese and wild brant of all species, wild coot, wild rail, wild gallinules, wild plovers, Wilson's snipe or jack snipe, woodcock, mourning doves, white-winged doves, white-fronted doves, red-billed pigeons, band-tailed pigeons, shore birds of all varieties, and sandhill cranes.

(2) “Open season” means the period of time when it is lawful to take, kill, or pursue, or attempt to take or kill migratory game birds.

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