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  1. Can I pick up, offer for sale, sell, purchase, or barter naturally shed antlers?
    Yes, if they are antlers of deer, elk, moose, or caribou. See WAC 232-12-071(1)(c).
  2. Can I pick up and keep deer or elk skulls with antlers still attached that I find in the woods?
    No. You may not possess wildlife that you did not legally harvest, and only naturally shed antlers can be collected.
  3. Can I sell the non-edible parts of wildlife legally harvested or obtained in Washington?
    No, a person may not legally offer for sale, sell, purchase, or barter the non-edible parts of wild animals, game birds or game fish, if: The possession, sale, selling, purchase, or barter is prohibited by federal regulations; The wild animals, game birds, or game fish were taken in violation ...
  4. Can I sell shed antlers or non-edible parts of wildlife legally harvested or legally obtained out-of-state or out-of-county?
    Yes, but only if you can provide reasonable verification that the non-edible portion of the wild animal or game bird was legally harvested or legally obtained. The possession and/or transportation of some non-edible animal parts such as ivory and bones, bald eagle feathers, and trophies of endan ...
  5. Can I offer for sale, sell, purchase, or barter mounted big game animals?
    It depends on the animal. You cannot offer for sale, sell, purchase, or barter, unless you have a department permit, the mounts of bighorn sheep or mountain goat. But you can offer for sale, sell, purchase, or barter mounts of other big game animals without a department permit, as long as doing ...