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Old 6th February 2014   #3
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Default Re: Transporting Firebellies by Car

As said, just pack them in damp moss or paper, and away you go. All my salamanders went 1200 miles from Alberta to Minnesota, exactly a year ago. I have also transported animals on Greyhound as carry-on baggage from Ontario to Alberta and within Alberta, and salamanders by air, packed in moss as carry-on [moss and salamanders aren't on any of the security checklists]. Just don't pack anything on water for airline carry-on, and don't do any of this internationally without proper paperwork first.

Be aware that BC has recent legal changes. All Ambystoma are illegal to have in BC, although the emphasis is on the truly native forms. Most Ambystoma are legal in Alberta, including the native tiger salamander which is federally protected in BC.
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