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Monday, 19 September 2016 17:53

Sale of Wildlife Hunting Permits

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September 19, 2016: Members of the Public are hereby notified that the sale of Wildlife Hunting Permits starts from Thursday 22nd September, 2016 at the following locations:

• The Forestry Division, Head Office, Long Circular Road, St. James
• The Forestry Division, San Fernando Office, Balisier Avenue, Pleasantville, San Fernando
• District Revenue Office, Sangre Grande
• District Revenue Office, Tunapuna
• District Revenue Office, Chaguanas
• District Revenue Office, Siparia
• District Revenue Office, La Brea
• District Revenue Office, Rio Claro
• Inland Revenue Office, Roxborough, Tobago
• Inland Revenue Office, Sangster Hill, Tobago

Permits now cost $100.

The public is also reminded that purchase of permits is not an entitlement to hunt before the start of the Wildlife Hunting Season which opens on Saturday 1st October, 2016 and closes on Tuesday 28th February, 2017. (According to the Conservation of Wildlife Act, Chapter 67:01 of the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago.)

Should you have any queries, our Officers are available at the following contact numbers:
• 225-3865 Head Office, Long Circular, Port of Spain
• 225-3846/47 Forestry Information Unit, Long Circular, Port of Spain
• 225-3837 Wildlife Section, St Joseph


- John Radgman
Conservator of Forests/
Chief Game Warden

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