The close season, namely, that part of the year during which the killing or taking1 of game is forbidden, varies in different cases2.
Thus, red grouse and ptarmigan may not be killed or taken between 10 December and 12 August; black game between 10 December and 20 August or, in Somerset, Devon and the New Forest, 1 September; partridges between 1 February and 1 September; and pheasants between 1 February and 1 October3. The penalty for killing or taking any of these kinds of game in the prohibited period is a fine not exceeding level 1 on the standard scale
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