The owner of land has a qualified property ratione impotentiae et loci in the young of animals ferae naturae born on the land until they can fly or run away1, as where hawks, herons or rabbits make their nests or burrows on the land and have young; and a claim of trespass2 will lie for taking young animals so born3.
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