Yes. See Section 7 in this Vermont statute:
After 2008, the USFWS began to transfer much of the responsibility for
falconry oversight to the States and Tribes.
On 11/11/2015 12:42 PM, Janet Warren wrote:
> On the front page of the Addison Independent (this Monday) there is a picture of a Middlebury College student who is a “long term Falconer” who is “working with a red tailed hawk that was caught at Snake Mountain”. That’s not legal is it? There is no story to go with it, (that I could find anyway). I guess it’s possible that he is rehabilitating it and has a license, but the bird has leg ties and chains like the ones falconers use and is sitting on the student’s wrist.