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Date Posted: 04/ 8/07 1:44:48pm
Author: mike
Subject: Re: According to the Keystone site, the Game commission ....
In reply to: Beverly 's message, "According to the Keystone site, the Game commission ...." on 11/20/06 7:51:06am

>(According to the Keystone site, the Game commission
>....) permits flyers to those who obtain a permit --
>but they don't give any details on how to obtain said
>permit. It does seem odd that PA would permit pet
>skunks and raccoons, but not pet flying squirrels ....
>but Oddness is a PA characteristic, imho ... (before
>anyone gets too bent out of shape, I'm a Philadelphia
>bred, myself. Indeed, I think I'm a PA 'hospital
>mixup' child. I'm sure I should really have been a
>Main Line family member ... (rotf,lmho!)
>
>>They won't be selling flyers as they are illegal to
>>own in PA.
Flying Squirrels are not illegal in Pa. as long as you obtain one from a game commission licensed breeder. They are illegal if you get one from the wild or import one from out of state. The permit you need for a flyer is the receipt that you get from the PGC licensed breeder with all his info on it. I should know. I'm the owner of Keystone Exotics and have been breeding and selling squirrels in Pa. for at least 5 years now. If a person wants a squirrel and lives in Maryland, I cannot sell one because they are totally illegal in Md.

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[> [> [> [> [> Thanks for this information, Mike! I'd like to share it with ... -- Beverly, 04/11/07 10:51:28am

(Thanks for this information, Mike! I'd like to share it with ...) the other Voy.com flying squirrel messageboards,<a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://voy.com/81231/">Flying Squirrel Fancier</a> and <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://voy.com/55490">For Flyers Only</a> and with the <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.nfsa.us/phpBB2/">National Flying Squirrel Association's messageboard</a>, as well. I'll assume that's agreeable, or this wouldn't be on the FSMB, at all. I'll add a link to your Keystone Exotics site, as well.

My best wishes for your continued success in raising flying squirrels in Pa, and making these 'wee bits of wonderment' available to interested Keystone state residents.



>>(According to the Keystone site, the Game commission
>>....) permits flyers to those who obtain a permit --
>>but they don't give any details on how to obtain said
>>permit. It does seem odd that PA would permit pet
>>skunks and raccoons, but not pet flying squirrels ....
>>but Oddness is a PA characteristic, imho ... (before
>>anyone gets too bent out of shape, I'm a Philadelphia
>>bred, myself. Indeed, I think I'm a PA 'hospital
>>mixup' child. I'm sure I should really have been a
>>Main Line family member ... (rotf,lmho!)
>>
>>>They won't be selling flyers as they are illegal to
>>>own in PA.
> Flying Squirrels are not illegal in Pa. as long as
>you obtain one from a game commission licensed
>breeder. They are illegal if you get one from the wild
>or import one from out of state. The permit you need
>for a flyer is the receipt that you get from the PGC
>licensed breeder with all his info on it. I should
>know. I'm the owner of Keystone Exotics and have been
>breeding and selling squirrels in Pa. for at least 5
>years now. If a person wants a squirrel and lives in
>Maryland, I cannot sell one because they are totally
>illegal in Md.


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