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Can I Keep And Raise Quail As Domesticated Game Birds?

Domesticated game birdsQ: Can I keep and raise quail as domesticated game birds? Can I sell their eggs?A: California is home to three native species of quail: mountain, California and Gambel’s quail. In order to keep these species and others as domesticated game birds, a Domestic Game Breeder’s license is generally required, per Fish and Game Code, section 3200.A Domesticated Game Breeder’s License is required for any person engaged in raising or importing, or who keeps in captivity, domesticated game b...

Domesticated game birds

Q: Can I keep and raise quail as domesticated game birds? Can I sell their eggs?

A: California is home to three native species of quail: mountain, California and Gambel’s quail. In order to keep these species and others as domesticated game birds, a Domestic Game Breeder’s license is generally required, per Fish and Game Code, section 3200.

A Domesticated Game Breeder’s License is required for any person engaged in raising or importing, or who keeps in captivity, domesticated game birds which normally exist in the wild in this state, if the birds or mammals are kept more than 30 days after you acquire them. Additionally, you would need to obtain birds from another game breeder; you cannot trap wild quail for the purpose of starting your brood. The game breeder’s license requires you to report the live birds in your possession each year. Visit the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Game Breeder webpage for a link to the application and info on laws, regulations, requirements and a species list.

If you are interested in Coturnix quail, also called Japanese quail, please be aware that this species does not exist in the wild in California. Therefore, CDFW does not manage the species as a game bird and it is not listed under the Domesticated Game Breeder’s License. Additionally, please review local municipal codes and laws, and zoning regulations, regarding keeping and raising any domestic fowl, including quail.

If you want to sell eggs, please review requirements by other agencies such as U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Food and Agriculture and/or the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Pet bass?

Q: Can I keep a largemouth bass as a pet in California?

A: No, it is not legal to possess a largemouth bass as a pet. Fish and Game Code, section 2118(e), prohibits possession of several types of fish in California, including largemouth bass. With certain exceptions, including some exceptions related to bass tournaments, movement of live fish taken from the wild is prohibited by the California Code of Regulations Title 14, section 1.63, which states that except as provided in sections 4.00 through 4.30 and 230, live fin fish may not be transported alive from the water where taken.

Multi-day fishing permits

Q: I’m going out fishing overnight and heard that I can get a multi-day permit that allows me to keep more than one bag limit of fish. How does that work?

A: If you’re planning to be offshore fishing for more than one calendar day, it is possible to obtain a multi-day fishing permit. Requirements are spelled out in section 27.15 of the 2022-23 Ocean Sport Fishing Regulations. The “Declaration for Multi-Day Fishing Trip” application form is only allowed for fishing trips that are continuous and extend for a period of 12 hours or more on both the first and last days of the trip. Also, no berthing or docking is permitted within five miles of the mainland shore during the trip. The form must be completed by the vessel’s owner or operator and submitted with payment of $7.21 to CDFW. The form must be received at least 48 hours prior to the date of the vessel’s departure. There is currently no option for submitting the form via email.

Depending on the length of the trip, the permit authorizes up to three daily bag and possession limits of saltwater fin fish, lobster and rock scallop for each licensed person fishing in ocean waters. No person may take more than one daily bag limit of fish per calendar day and the provisions of the permit do not apply to salmon, steelhead, striped bass or sturgeon take and possession limits. There’s also a requirement that passengers must all disembark at the location stated on the multi-day permit. Additionally, the permit must be posted in view for all passengers onboard the boat.

More information on the process, requirements and links to download forms can be found on CDFW’s website. Application forms can be faxed with a credit card payment authorization to (562) 596-0342 or mailed to CDFW’s Marine Region at 4665 Lampson Ave., Suite C, Los Alamitos, CA 90720.

If you have a question you would like to see answered in the California Outdoors Q and A column, email it to CalOutdoors@wildlife.ca.gov.

Judas Priest announce “50 Heavy Metal Years” tour with Queensrÿche (Nassau Coliseum included)

Judas Priest are continuing to celebrate their 50th anniversary on tour and have just announced new North American dates. "Defending the heavy metal faith for fifty years, the Priest is back!" exclaims frontman Rob Halford.Dates on the "50 Heavy Metal Years" tour begin on October 13 in Wallingford, CT and wrap up on November 29 in Houston, TX with stops in Boston, Long Island, Kalamazoo, Cincinnati, Sioux City, Tucson, Baton Rouge, Oklahoma City, Dallas and more. Queensrÿche o...

Judas Priest are continuing to celebrate their 50th anniversary on tour and have just announced new North American dates. "Defending the heavy metal faith for fifty years, the Priest is back!" exclaims frontman Rob Halford.

Dates on the "50 Heavy Metal Years" tour begin on October 13 in Wallingford, CT and wrap up on November 29 in Houston, TX with stops in Boston, Long Island, Kalamazoo, Cincinnati, Sioux City, Tucson, Baton Rouge, Oklahoma City, Dallas and more. Queensrÿche open all dates -- check out the North American tour schedule below.

The Long Island show is at Nassau Coliseum on October 18. That's produced by Mammoth Northeast, and you can get tickets early with the presale that starts Thursday, June 23 at 10 AM. Check back on Thursday morning for the presale password. Tickets for the whole tour go on sale to the general public on Friday, June 24 at 10 AM local time.

It's a big year for Judas Priest as Rob Halford, Glenn Tipton, Ian Hill and Scott Travis are being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Pick up classic Judas Priest albums on vinyl, as well as merch, in the BV shop.

Judas Priest - 2022 Tour DatesOctober 13 in Wallingford, CT @ Toyota OakdaleOctober 15 in Albany, NY @ MVP ArenaOctober 16 in Boston, MA @ MGM Music Hall FenwayOctober 18 in Uniondale, NY at Nassau Veterans ColiseumOctober 19 in Wilkes Barre, PA @ Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey PlazaOctober 21 in Kalamazoo, MI at Wings Event CenterOctober 22 in Detroit, MI at Masonic Temple TheatreOctober 24 in Cincinnati, OH @ The Andrew J Brady Music CenterOctober 25 in Waukegan, IL @ Genesee TheatreOctober 27 in Green Bay, WI @ Resch Center TheaterOctober 29 in Moline, IL @ TaxSlayer Center MolineOctober 30 in Mankato, MN @ Mayo Clinic Event CenterNovember 1 in Sioux City, IA @ Tyson Events CenterNovember 2 in Rapid City, SD @ The MonumentNovember 7 in Ontario, CA @ Toyota CenterNovember 8 in Tucson, AZ @ TCC ArenaNovember 10 in Loveland, CO @ Budweiser Events CenterNovember 12 in Park City (Wichita), KS @Hartman ArenaNovember 13 in St. Charles, MO @ The Family ArenaNovember 15 in Corbin, KY @ The Corbin ArenaNovember 17 in Southaven, MS @ Landers CenterNovember 18 in Baton Rouge, LA @ Raising Canes River CenterNovember 20 in Oklahoma City, OK @ Paycom CenterNovember 22 & 23 in San Antonio, TX @ Tech Port Center & ArenaNovember 25 in Dallas, TX @ The Factory in Deep EllumNovember 26 in Corpus Christi, TX @ Concrete StreetNovember 28 in Edinburg, TX @ Burt Ogden ArenaNovember 29 in Houston, TX @ 713 Music Hall

Banderitas Days Celebrate Early History Of Coulterville

A fun new event, celebrating the early days of Coulterville, is taking place the week of July 1 through July 5; events in the upcoming Banderitas Days festival are free.There will be activities taking place from 9:30 a.m. to about 9 p.m. daily, many in the Coulterville Park and some around town, particularly a number of movies that will be shown at “The Mercantile” at 5016 Main St., in historic downtown Coulterville.The organizer of this event, Greeley Hill resident Jesse Salcedo, got the idea for this celebration a...

A fun new event, celebrating the early days of Coulterville, is taking place the week of July 1 through July 5; events in the upcoming Banderitas Days festival are free.

There will be activities taking place from 9:30 a.m. to about 9 p.m. daily, many in the Coulterville Park and some around town, particularly a number of movies that will be shown at “The Mercantile” at 5016 Main St., in historic downtown Coulterville.

The organizer of this event, Greeley Hill resident Jesse Salcedo, got the idea for this celebration after attending a Southern Sierra Mi Wuk Pow Wow at the Mariposa Fairgrounds this past May. He has invited them to participate as a group, since Coulterville sits on what was once their land but this is yet to be confirmed.

The name of the event hails back to the earliest days of the gold rush. The best-known story is that George Coulter’s original tent-based store had a small flag flying atop of it, prompting the local miners to call the place Banderita, Spanish for “small flag”.

While still busy confirming additional participants, as well as dates and times for some of those confirmed, to date the participants include: the Fresno Apache Veterans’ Color Guard; the traditional Aztec Danza group with members drawn from Los Banos, Fresno and San Jose; Julia Parker, Lucy Parker and Ursela Parker – three generations traditional basket weaving; Ruben, an acoustic solo guitarist flying in from Florida to take part in the event; Tony, a local Coulterville resident, playing classic rock on guitar; MMIW, Missing Murdered Indigenous Women - Red Ti Pi; Turtle Women Rising, a Native American Iraq Veterans Women’s Drumming Circle led by Retired E-7 Sergeant Eli Painted Crow from Merced. Also participating will be Jan’s Authentic Native American Items from Monterey, Big Foot Fry Bread; and Native American Ti Pi Display. Raffle tickets will be available for winning a 7’ Ti Pi, with the winning ticket to be drawn and the winner announced shortly before the end of the five-day event.

A number of films will be shown at the Mercantile, with times posted online (“Coulterville, CA” Facebook page) and around town shortly before the event gets going. So far, the line-up of films includes: a film on the Southern Sierra Mi Wuk Federal Recognition efforts that will be coupled with a discussion led by Bill Leonard from Mariposa; a short film on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women that will include a discussion led by Norm, flying in from Oklahoma; and a short film “Vietnam War, Dogs From Illusion” by Charlie Trujillo from San Jose.

More vendors, and historical activities are in the works. If interested in participating as a vendor, or any other aspect of the event, contact jdsalcedo@earthlink.net; 650-740-2986.

Burchell Nursery Celebrates 80 Years in the Fruit and Nut Business

Burchell Nursery will be holding a celebration of the nursery’s 80th anniversary this coming October, welcoming customers and friends to the Oakdale, CA nursery.Nursery President Tom Burchell says plans aren’t set, but they’re talking about reviewing a list of the many fruit and nut varieties the nursery has developed since being founded in 1942 by Tom’s grandfather, Irvin, in nearby Modesto, CA. The nursery, which long had grow...

Burchell Nursery will be holding a celebration of the nursery’s 80th anniversary this coming October, welcoming customers and friends to the Oakdale, CA nursery.

Nursery President Tom Burchell says plans aren’t set, but they’re talking about reviewing a list of the many fruit and nut varieties the nursery has developed since being founded in 1942 by Tom’s grandfather, Irvin, in nearby Modesto, CA. The nursery, which long had growing grounds in Oakdale, moved their headquarters there in 1997.

In addition, Burchell says they plan to highlight what it means to be a part of the region’s business community, as they also have a location in Fresno, though the celebration will be limited to Oakdale. He says he will stress that Burchell will be a part of that community for a long time, as his son Jake, the fourth generation, is graduating from Fresno State University this year and is planning to join the business.

The varieties developed under the auspices of Founder Irvin Burchell, and later, Tom’s father Bill, who served as president from 1970 to 2004, include many that have become go-to varieties for growers through the years. These include the ‘O’Henry’ peach, the ‘Rose’ nectarine, and the ‘Elegant Lady’ peach — one of the popular ‘Lady’ series — developed through Grant Merrill’s breeding program in the 1970s and ’80s.

After focusing on fruit varieties for many years, Burchell developed its own in-house nut breeding program in 1998. Several well-known almond varieties have come from the program, including ‘Monterey’, ‘Wood Colony’, ‘Carmel’, ‘Fritz’, and most recently, ‘Shasta’ and ‘Pyrenees’, both self-pollinating varieties.

“For the future, having a breeding program to develop new varieties that will benefit the industry and address the needs of the farmers and the consumers is a long term-goal,” Burchell says. “There is always the prize out ahead that if we listen to what the industry needs, make smart crosses that yield new and beneficial varieties, growers will plant them, and we can sustain this industry together.

“My grandfather had a motto, ‘Plant good trees on good land, take care of them, and they will take care of you.’ It is the concept that we are in this together for the long run to benefit the grower with good varieties, and the grower will benefit from good trees that will take care of them and, in turn, support the industry as a whole.”

In This Moment to Tour in Honor of 10th Anniversary of ‘Blood’

In This Moment, with support from Nothing More, will hit the road on a U.S. tour this AugustIn This Moment have spend much of this year on the road supporting Slipknot on their 2022 Knotfest Road Show. Now, the Maria Brink-fronted group is heading out on a new headlining jaunt.In This Moment will hit the road on their “Blood 1983” tour this August, and they’re bringing along special guests Nothing More. The tour is to commemorate the 10th anniversary of In This Moment’s 2012 gold-certified reco...

In This Moment, with support from Nothing More, will hit the road on a U.S. tour this August

In This Moment have spend much of this year on the road supporting Slipknot on their 2022 Knotfest Road Show. Now, the Maria Brink-fronted group is heading out on a new headlining jaunt.

In This Moment will hit the road on their “Blood 1983” tour this August, and they’re bringing along special guests Nothing More. The tour is to commemorate the 10th anniversary of In This Moment’s 2012 gold-certified record, “Blood.” The band will also release a new EP called “Blood 1983,” honoring the 10th anniversary of “Blood,” with details coming soon.

The tour kicks off Aug. 26 in Evansville, Indiana, and runs through an Oct. 22 date in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. On top of Nothing More, Sleep Token and Cherry Bombs will open on the tour.

Tickets for the newly announced shows go on sale to the general public this Friday (June 24) via Ticketmaster. Pre-sales start Wednesday (June 22) using the code DAZZLE. View the full roster of In This Moment tour dates below.

In This Moment 2022 ‘Blood 1983’ Tour Dates with Nothing More, Sleep Token and Cherry Bombs:

08/27 — St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant 08/28 — Clive, IA @ Horizon Events Center 08/30 — Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre 09/01 — Lubbock, TX @ Lonestar Events Center 09/02 — Dallas, TX @ Southside Ballroom 09/03 — Pryor, OK @ Rocklahoma 09/06 — Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle 09/08 — Alton, VA @ Blue Ridge Rock Festival 09/09 — Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore 09/10 — Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues 09/13 — Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore 09/14 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE – outdoor stage 09/15 — Wallingford, CT @ Oakdale Theatre 09/17 — Boston, MA @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway 09/18 — Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore 09/20 — Columbus, OH @ Kemba Live 09/21 — Cleveland, OH @ The Agora 09/23 — Louisville, KY @ Louder Than Life Festival 09/24 — Clarkston, MI @ Pine Knob – Part of Riff Fest ? 09/25 — Grand Rapids, MI @ 20 Monroe Live ? 09/27 — Maplewood, MN @ Myth Live 09/28 — Grand Forks, ND @ Alerus Center 09/30 — Great Falls, MT @ Centene Stadium 10/01 — Spokane, WA @ The Podium 10/03 — Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre 10/04 — Portland, OR @ Arlene Schinitzer Concert Hall 10/05 — Reno, NV @ Grand Theatre 10/07 — Garden City, ID @ Revolution Concert House and Event Center 10/08 — Central Point, OR @ Bi-Mart Amphitheater 10/11 — San Diego, CA @ Observatory North Park 10/12 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern 10/14 — Las Vegas, NV @ House of Blues 10/15 — Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex 10/18 — Omaha, NE @ The Admiral 10/19 — Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre 10/21 — Chicago, IL @ Radius 10/22 — Milwaukee, WI @ Eagles Ballroom

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