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(a) A permit is required for access to the Stan Price State Wildlife Sanctuary. The department may issue a nontransferable permit to an individual who applies, and who pays the application and permit fees if required by the department by regulation.
(b) The department may issue an unlimited number of permits; however, from July 5 through August 25, the department may limit the number of people entering the sanctuary.
(c) Each permittee shall abide by rules established by the department and set out in the permit. The rules must be reasonably necessary to ensure a quality experience for visitors and to preserve the natural habitat and fish and wildlife of the sanctuary. Violation of the rules is a misdemeanor, and may result in revocation of the permit.
(d) Rules established by the department under (c) of this section shall include the following:
(1) visitor access, location of trails and camping areas, and closed areas;
(2) hunting, fishing, trapping, and discharge of firearms;
(3) possession of food and beverages;
(4) removal of garbage and personal items;
(5) visiting hour restrictions;
(6) commercial permit restrictions;
(7) additional restrictions when necessary to accommodate large groups of visitors.
(e) Visitor access is on a first-come, first-served basis. Visits by commercially guided groups are in accordance with permit rules established by the department and set out in the permit.
(f) The department may allocate any number of permits it considers necessary or advisable to persons applying for a permit on an individual basis in person in Juneau.
History: Eff. 8/10/91, Register 119; am 7/1/99, Register 150
Authority: AS 16.05.255
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