Section 209:6

    209:6 Taking; Federal Duck Stamp Required. –
I. No person shall hunt, capture, kill, take, possess, buy or sell any migratory game bird or part thereof, except during such time and in such manner and numbers as may be prescribed by regulations promulgated under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, an act of Congress approved July 3, 1918, which regulations are hereby made a part of the game law of the state.
II. No person who has attained the age of 16 years shall take any migratory waterfowl (brant, wild ducks, geese and swans) unless at the time of such taking he has on his person an unexpired federal migratory bird stamp (commonly called a duck stamp) validated by his signature written across the face of said stamp in ink. A person who has not attained the age of 16 years is not required to have a duck stamp. Said duck stamp shall be required in addition to a valid New Hampshire hunting license obtained pursuant to RSA 214:1. Regulations promulgated under the Federal Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp Act of 1934 are hereby made a part of the game law of the state.

Source. 1935, 124:3. RL 243:5. RSA 209:6. 1975, 39:1, eff. May 16, 1975.