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Is it illegal to pick tiger lilies in Alberta?

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No, it is not illegal to pick wild roses of Alberta, they are practically like "weeds" in Alberta.

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it is protected under the Provincial Emblems and Honours Act, and cannot be picked, uprooted or destroyed in any manner.

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The tiger lilly is not a protected species; many people grow them in their gardens and you are free to pick any tiger lilly that you own.

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Yes, the Lilium Philadelphicum is being threated and protected under the provincal emblems and honours act, meaning it can not be picked, uprooted or destroyed in any way, so please don't pick them so we can allow our childrens children to admire these lilies to come, once a flower becomes extinct there is no was of man to re-create it. We also have not yet proven what flowers have positive medical effects, this will need to be researched. Keeping all flowers from extinction will allow us to see in the future what positive effects these flowers can do.

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i think it is the tiger the man pick but i just guess i need ur answer

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If you live in Texas, it is illegal to pick a Blue bonnet if it is not one you are growing. If the Blue Bonnet was planted by the state of Texas, or is growing in the wild, it is illegal to pick that Blue Bonnet. If you are growing a Blue Bonnet in your back or front yard, it is not illegal to pick it.

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Their gills pick up oxygen while they swim

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No it is not illegal. It is only illegal when you harm them. For example, if you pick them or uproot them.

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It is illegal on through roads and highways. On country roads, it is technically illegal, but not enforced. Safety first!

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Yes, if they are picked from a public place, any wild flowers are illegal to pick as they are considered public property

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no, it is illegal in the state of michigan. what an ironic law, right?

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no i don't think it is nessessery what if it bites you!!!!

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Yes, in all states. Including Canada and Mexico.

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It is illegal to allow anyone under 18 to ride in the open bed of a pickup.

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Yes and No, It is not illegal to pick the common Pink Lady slipper but the Ram's Head Lady Slipper is protected. Although picking lady slippers will prevent them from growing the next season

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Generally no, its not illegal to simply own a lock pick kit since there is no proof what intent you have for it but if you are caught in the wrong situation in possetion of one you could get into trouble but most likely nothing serious.

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It's certainly illegal to drop or spew trash on the roadways, whether the law specfically applies to pick-up trucks or not - call the nearest NY State Police barracks and ask.

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No, it is not illegal however certain cities like Austin for example have ordinances that say it is illegal for the dog to be loose or untethered while in the bed of a pick up.

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at the end of the story it tells you what door she told him to pick. but it also never told us if he listened to her or not. so no ones knows.

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well when your hamster is calm grab him from the back like mama tiger pick their cubs up p.s: he might poo or pee

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yes, but what I've always wondered is if you could buy seeds and cultivate it...does any1 know if that's illegal?


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