The Waterfowl Identification Test generally consists of the person having to undertake 2 x 3 hour training nights, followed by the actual DENR testing on the third night.
Juniors aged between 15 and 18 years old or sub-juniors under the age of 14 years can apply for a hunting permit.
In South Australia, the following species are classified as game and can be taken during a declared open season
- Stubble quail
- Pacific black duck
- Grey teal
- Hardhead (white-eyed duck)
- Mountain duck (Australian shelduck)
- Pink-eared duck
- Maned duck (wood duck)
- Chestnut teal
- Blue-winged shoveler
In South Australia, the following species are classified as feral and can be taken any time on private property with permission from landowners.
- Feral goat
- Red fox
- Domestic pigeon
- European blackbird
- Spotted turtle-dove
A basic Hunting Permit does not allow you to take:
- protected animals (eg kangaroos)
- domestic stock.
Hunting of feral animals is confined mainly to private property where you have been given written permission to hunt by the landowner. This permission must have been given within the previous six months.
For the latest in hunting licence types, fees and regulations please visit the Department for Environment and Heritage website.
Conservation and Hunting Alliance of South Australia (CHASA) Web Site
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