Alaska Statutes.
Title 16. Fish and Game
Chapter 30. Destruction of Big Game Animals and Wild Fowl
Section 30. Definitions.
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AS 16.30.030. Definitions.

In this chapter,

(1) "big game animal" means moose, caribou, mountain sheep, mountain goat, feral reindeer, deer, elk, bison, walrus, or musk ox;

(2) "criminal negligence" means criminal negligence as defined in AS 11.81.900(a)(4);

(3) "edible meat" means, in the case of big game animals, the meat of the ribs, neck, brisket, front quarters as far as the distal joint of the radius-ulna (knee), hindquarters as far as the distal joint of the tibia-fibula (hock), and that portion of the animal between the front and hindquarters; in the case of wild fowl, the meat of the breast; however, "edible meat" of big game or wild fowl does not include

(A) meat of the head;

(B) meat that has been damaged and made inedible by the method of taking;

(C) bones, sinew, and incidental meat reasonably lost as a result of boning or a close trimming of the bones;

(D) viscera;

(4) "intentionally" means intentionally as defined in AS 11.81.900(a)(1);

(5) "knowingly" means knowingly as defined in AS 11.81.900 (a)(2);

(6) "possess the edible meat" includes possessing portions of the edible meat in more than one location while the meat is being transported from the place where it was salvaged;

(7) "recklessly" means recklessly as defined in AS 11.81.900 (a)(3);

(8) "wild fowl" means species of wild fowl for which seasons or bag limits have been established by state or federal law.

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