West Virginia Code Chapter 20. Natural Resources § 20-2-50a. Wildlife damage control agents;  licensing

The director may issue a license to a person to act as a wildlife damage control agent.  Unless otherwise prohibited by law, any person licensed as a wildlife damage control agent, acting pursuant to the license and subject to the rules promulgated by the director, is authorized to take and dispose of wildlife found by the wildlife damage control agent to be creating a nuisance in or around homes, businesses and other places where the presence of wildlife may be a nuisance.  The director is authorized to impose and collect fees when issuing this license and the fees shall be deposited in the nongame wildlife fund.  The director shall promulgate rules, pursuant to article three, chapter twenty-nine-a of this code, governing the issuance and use of the license and setting fees.

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