Stalking a wild mammal1, or flushing it out of cover, is exempt hunting2 if:
(1) the stalking or flushing out is undertaken for the purpose of:
(a) preventing or reducing serious damage which the wild mammal would otherwise cause to livestock, game birds or wild birds3, food for livestock, crops (including vegetables and fruit), growing timber, fisheries, other property or the biological diversity of an area4;
(b) obtaining meat to be used for human or animal consumption; or
(c) participation in a field trial5;
(2) the stalking or flushing out takes place on land which belongs to the person6
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