(1)Migratory game bird hunting is permitted within the city limits of Warrenton in the following described areas: Beginning at the north abutment of the west landing of the Lewis and Clark River Bridge (Alt HWY 101), NW ¼ Section 25, Township 8 Range 10 N, and continue along the city limits at the south edge of the Astoria Regional Airport, southward and westward along Alt HWY 101 following the city limits to the intersection of SE Airport Ln, then northward and westward following the city limits to their intersection with Adams Slough at a point approximately 375 feet north of Airport Lane (SE 12th Pl). Continue in a northerly meander along the western edge of Adams Slough to the Youngs River dike along the north edge of the airport. Left along the dike to Holbrook Slough and south along the eastern edge of Holbrook Slough to the abandoned railroad right of way. Westward along the abandoned railroad right of way to NE King Ave. North along NE King Ave continuing northward until its extension would intersect with the Skipanon Channel. Cross the Skipanon Channel and run northward along the water’s edge to the tip of the peninsula north of the lumber mill, then follow west and south along a line approximately 300 feet from the edge of high water to a tide gate on the dike north of the Warrenton Wastewater Treatment Plant. From here, continue northwesterly and northerly below the river side of the dike extending to Tansy point, then northwesterly through that part of the industrial facility north of Tansy Point to the river side of the highest bank and continuing northwest on the river side of a line defined by the extension of the Warrenton Riverside Trail culminating at the northwestern corner of the BioProducts plant property. From here, the waterborne boundary theoretically extends outward into the river approximately 2,200 feet to a point where it conforms with the city limits east and south to the point of beginning at the Lewis and Clark River Bridge. Beginning at a point in the SE ¼ Section 20, Township 8 Range approximately 80 feet south of the cul de sac of SE Kalmia Ave along the abandoned Wild Ace Lake Road in a southerly meander to the northern end of the southern extension of SE Juniper Ave. Then westerly 500 feet along the south property line of tax lot 810290000200 to the intersection of Delaura Beach Lane and Ridge Road. Continue north along the eastern edge of Ridge Rd 2,600 feet to the northern property line of said tax lot, thence eastward to the point of beginning south of the Kalmia Ave cul de sac. Beginning at the intersection of Alt HWY 101 (HWY 104 Spur) and SE Dolphin Ave., (NW ¼ Section 28, Township 8 Range 10N ) continue south to Highway 101. Southeasterly along Highway 101 to the Skipanon River, and then in a northerly meander along the west bank of the Skipanon to the bridge at Alt HWY 101 (HWY 104 Spur) then east 650 feet to the point of beginning.
(2)Game bird hunting is permitted within the city limits of Dunes City.
(3)Game bird hunting is permitted within the boundary limits of the Klamath Falls Airport.
(4)Waterfowl hunting is permitted in the following portion of Miami Cove lying within the city limits of Garibaldi: That land in the east one-half of the northwest quarter of Section 22, Township 1 North, Range 10 West, Willamette Meridian, lying south of Coast Highway 101, and in the east one-half of the southwest quarter of Section 22, Township 1 North, Range 10 West, lying north and west of Coast Highway 101, provided that no hunting be permitted within 100 yards of any residence or commercial structure.
(5)Waterfowl hunting is allowed within a portion of Coos Bay City limits as described in Coos Bay City Ordinance number 100, section 3(2)(a) as of August 3, 2007.
(6)Waterfowl hunting is allowed within Boardman City limits as described in City of Boardman Resolution 4-2011 as of January 19, 2011.
(7)No person shall take any game bird or destroy the eggs or nests of any game bird without a permit issued by the department.
(8)Notwithstanding the prohibition in paragraph (7):
(a)If registered through the Resident Canada Goose Nest and Egg Registration Site of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (https://epermits.fws.gov/eRCGR/geSI.aspx), any person may destroy the eggs or nests of resident Canada geese:
(A)Inside incorporated cities or urban growth boundaries; or
(B)On golf courses, parks or other highly developed recreational areas outside incorporated cities or urban growth boundaries.
(b)The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, or anyone issued a depredation permit by the USFWS, may take any migratory game bird, its eggs or nest for the purpose of protecting public health or safety, to address public nuisance or to deal with crop depredation. Any migratory game bird captured for the purpose of translocation must be reported to the department and the translocation site approved by the department prior to release.
Rule 635-051-0048 — Other Restrictions,